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    AN242 – The Anthropology of Food

    Food has the ability to make statements about culture, class, gender, wealth, and poverty. Through the lectures and readings, the course examines different theoretical perspectives in the analysis of food: functionalism, cultural ecology, cultural history, structuralism, semiotics symbolism, and critical social theory.


    Associate Professor Mario Montaño email

    Also listed as: RM242, SW200