Politics of Food

In this course, POLS 335, students learn about the processes of food production, how government and corporate involvement have changed the way society eats and how food has shaped global history. This class serves as a space to question assumptions about political issues surrounding food production and consumption, the links between agribusiness and the food people place on their respective tables. The class also engages students to learn a new way of understanding food issues through a political perspective.

Contact – Dr. Monique Mironesco mironesc@hawaii.edu