NEW442H1: Food Systems and the Politics of Resistance


Examines the food we eat in the local and global context of food systems, food sovereignty and food movements. Explores the possibilities for food as a catalyst for learning, resistance and social change.

Note: This is a joint graduate/undergraduate course.


NEW240Y1, NEW342H1, and an additional 0.5 Equity Studies Core Group 300+ level course. Students must have completed 14.0 credits, be enrolled in the Equity Studies Major Program, and will normally have a CGPA of at least 3.5. Enrolment is by application. Consult the Program Office ( or 416-978-5404) for course enrolment procedures.

Distribution Requirements: 
Social Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Society and its Institutions (3)