FSTD10H3: Food Writing

This course introduces students to a range of writing about food and culture, exposing them to different genres and disciplines, and assisting them to experiment with and develop their own prose. The course is designed as a capstone offering in Food Studies, and as such, asks students to draw on their own expertise and awareness of food as a cultural vehicle to write in a compelling way about social dynamics, historical meaning, and - drawing specifically on the Scarborough experience - the diasporic imaginary.

Arts, Literature and Language
Priority will be given to students enrolled in the Minor program in Food Studies. Additional students will be admitted as space permits.