GGRC43H3 Social Geographies of Street Food

This course uses street food to comparatively assess the production of ‘the street’, the legitimation of bodies and substances on the street, and contests over the boundaries of, and appropriate use of public and private space. It also considers questions of labour and the culinary infrastructure of contemporary cities around the world.

Area of Focus: Social/Cultural Geography
Same as FSTC43H3


FSTC43H3, GGRC41H3 (if taken in the 2019 Winter and 2020 Winter sessions)

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Breadth Requirements: 
History, Philosophy & Cultural Studies