This course will illustrate the ways that African Americans have interacted with the farmed environment, domestic service, and cookery to gain social mobility and civil rights. At least one site/community/restaurant space in St. Louis exemplary of the issues surrounding Black foodways will be examined as a way to understand food-its production, its preparation and its distribution-as expressive culture and means of social justice.
Course Attributes: EN HBU BAAS HUMAS SD IFA HUMAR HUMAS SC
Section 01Recipes for Respect: Black Foodways in the United States
INSTRUCTOR: ZafarView Course Listing