ANT 348 The Ecology and Politics of Hunger

An ecological, politico-economic, sociocultural, and nutritional analysis of world hunger, drawing on anthropological and historical evidence to investigate the diverse causes of hunger, the contexts in which hunger arises, and the efforts that have been made over the centuries to end hunger. 

Credits:

4

Hours

7

Requirement Designation

Regular Liberal Arts

Offered

Fall-Spring

Prerequisite

PREREQ: ANT 211 or permission of the instructor.