HISB14H3: Edible History: History of Global Foodways

An exploration of how eating traditions around the world have been affected by economic and social changes, including imperialism, migration, the rise of a global economy, and urbanization. Topics include: immigrant cuisines, commodity exchanges, and the rise of the restaurant. Lectures will be supplemented by cooking demonstrations.
Transnational Area

Exclusion
(HISC14H3)
Breadth Requirements
History, Philosophy and Cultural Studies
Course Experience
University-Based Experience