HISD71H3: Community Engaged Fieldwork With Food

This research seminar uses our immediate community of Scarborough to explore continuity and change within diasporic foodways. Students will develop and practise ethnographic and other qualitative research skills to better understand the many intersections of food, culture, and community. This course culminates with a major project based on original research.

Same as ANTD71H3

HISB14H3/(HISC14H3) or HISC04H3 or [2.0 credits in ANT courses of which 1.0 credit must be at the C-level] or permission of the instructor
History, Philosophy and Cultural Studies
Partnership-Based Experience