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Literary Approaches to Food Studies: Eating the Other

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In the syllabus that follows I outline a semester-long class that I taught at Pomona College in the fall of 2004. This course was cross-listed with the English Department and with the Program in Women's Studies, where I am jointly appointed. In the future it will also be listed as an American Studies course. I taught this class during my first semester at Pomona in response to the student interest in food studies that was shown during my job talk and campus visit the spring before. In fact the class was one of the first classes to be filled during pre-enrollment so interest was clearly very strong.

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2752/155280105778055326

Publication date: September 1, 2005

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