Food Customs and Culture

Account of traditional and contemporary food customs and culture. Practice of food choice, preparation, and preservation in the context of worldview, perspectives on diet and health, and belief systems of communities and societies around the world. Major emphasis on US cultures including Native American, Hispanic American, European American, African American, and Asian American. Development of cultural self-understanding and intercultural awareness via food and food habits-related experiences and reflections.

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Marla Reicks Francine Overcash and students

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Prerequisites

None

Course ID
FSCN 2512
Credits
3
Semester Offered
Spring
Course Frequency
every year