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

History, Philosophy and Cultural Studies
University-Based Experience