HI 211 — Modern American History Through Food

3 credits; 3 lecture hours

This course examines how the production, distribution, consumption and evolution of food has shaped the history of modern America. Students will explore how diverse “foodways” have shaped capitalism, economic power, social relations, cultural traditions, government, business institutions, labor organizations, and globalization from 1865 to the present. (G10: American History).

Home Products Development BS Degree Program

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...IT (Italian); JA (Japanese); HI (History); MA (Math...Graphics: CG 121 , CG 211 , CG 212 ; Direct...

Film and Media BS Degree Program

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...IT (Italian); JA (Japanese); HI (History); MA (Math...Cinemas: FI 206 , FI 211 , FI 225 , FI...