The University at Buffalo continues to offer more learning opportunities on food issues for students. A new graduate course titled, “Politics of Food and Eating in the Americas”, [AMS 302/HIS 309], will be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00-1:45 PM during spring 2016.
Course Description: This course explores the politics of everyday life in the Americas, with a special focus on the history of food and eating. We take food as a lens through which to understand race, class, gender, identity and immigration. The food we make, cook, eat and discard has a history; it is also a means by which we make and unmake our individual, social, and political worlds.We will build our reading and discussions around a wide range of food related texts, images, and other sources, including cookbooks, literature, blogs, TV and films. For more information, please contact the faculty member Dr. Camilo Trumper directly at email@example.com.