Credit classes are open to currently-enrolled NCC students.
This class will be offered as an Accelerated class for Fall I
(weekly on Tuesdays from 12:30-3:20 pm from Aug. 29 - Oct. 17)
Food & Identity (FDST 101)
Instructor: Kelly Allen
Students in this course will explore how people use food to identify themselves as individuals and as groups. Students will study the meaning and significance of food in different cultures, by exploring the way that ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status and religion influence our food choices. An emphasis will be place on the examination of how people transmit and preserve culture and intricate relationships through food.
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