Courses: Anthropology of Food and Eating (ANTHH110B01)

Spring 2013

An introduction to anthropological modes of inquiry and interpretation through an examination of food and eating. Primarily concerned with symbolism, social stratification, and the relationship between local and translocal orders. Includes such topics as meat, rituals of sacrifice, etiquette, eating disorders, famine, and transnationalism.

Fulfills: SO I Limit:100

Department

Anthropology (Web site)

Taught By

James L. Watson (Profile)

Location

Haverford, Shrp Aud

Meeting Times

TTh 11:30-1:00