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Food and Power in American History
Credit Hours:
3 hours

The social, political, and environmental history of food production and consumption in America since the colonial era. Topics include the "beef trust," class/gender/race in rural landscapes, hunters and poachers, the "chicken of tomorrow," convenience and fast foods, the Green Revolution, and genetically modified foods.


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