COMN 2701 - 4 credits
|Dates:||December 1-19, 2015|
This course will analyze the symbolic importance of food in our everyday communicative practices and the complicated relationships between food and communication. We will evaluate how food and communicative relationships implicate and are implicated by our identities, cultures, environments and varying institutional discourses. We will summarize and assess significant course readings and identify, synthesize and extend current discussions in interdisciplinary food studies.
Contact: Kate Willink at firstname.lastname@example.org
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