CSE442H1: Food Systems and the Politics of Resistance



Examines the food we eat in the local and global context of food systems, food sovereignty and food movements. Explores the possibilities for food as a catalyst for learning, resistance and social change. Enrolment is by application. Application forms are available on the CSES webpage prior to the start of course enrolment, and are accepted up to the end of the enrolment period, space permitting.

Note: This is a joint graduate/undergraduate course.

14.0 credits, CSE240H1/ NEW240Y1, CSE342H1, an additional 0.5 credit at the 300+ level from the Critical Studies in Equity and Solidarity Studies Core Group, a GPA of at least 3.5 in CSE courses
Social Science
Society and its Institutions (3)