CFAN 3516: Sustainable Food Systems of Italy

3 CreditsEnvironmentGlobal Perspectives

This course examines the concepts of sustainability in relation to food production and culture in a country and place where food is a fundamental component of the regional and national culture. The course incorporates intercultural development concepts to introduce students to past and present Italian culture through the cultural importance of food systems, the ethics of food consumption and production and the concepts of sustainability.

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A Average (3.947)Most Common: A (96%)

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25 students
FDCBA
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    Recommend
  • 4.93

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    Effort
  • 4.88

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    Understanding
  • 4.88

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    Interesting
  • 4.85

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