ANTH335 - GLOBAL FOOD SECURITY FOR TEN BILLION

This is an interdisciplinary course on the problems of food demand and consumption, production and supply in our increasingly globalized and urbanizing world. Special attention will be given to the intersections of current technologies of food production, current nutritional problems, environmental change and resource degradation, and the changing quality of human social life under globalization. Where and how will sufficient nutritious food be produced sustainably and how can the politics and economics of equitable distribution in such large urban populations be achieved?
Section 401 - LEC
T 0430PM-0630PM
SPOONER, BRIAN
MUECKE, MARJORIE
CHRZAN, JANET
COMPHER, CHARLENE
CLAIRE M. FAGIN HALL (NURSING 218
Section 402 - REC
T 0630PM-0730PM
SPOONER, BRIAN
CLAIRE M. FAGIN HALL (NURSING 218
Section 403 - REC
T 0630PM-0730PM
CHRZAN, JANET
CLAIRE M. FAGIN HALL (NURSING 215
Section 404 - REC
T 0630PM-0730PM
CLAIRE M. FAGIN HALL (NURSING 208