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Italy: A Journey Through Its Food, History and Culture (in Eng.)

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(3 cr.) The study of Italian food--examined from a literary, historical, socioeconomic, political and environmental perspective--guides students' exploration of Italian culture. Starting with ancient Rome, students study how the production, preparation and consumption of food have given shape to Italian identity, drawing from representative literary, artistic and historical works, as well as scholarly sources. Finally, Italian food culture is considered in relation to contemporary issues such as globalization and sustainability. Taught in English. Prerequisite: EN 101., Every Other Year, Spring


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