INT305 - Food Security and Emergency Interventions (3 cr.)

An investigative study of socio-agrarian, socio-economic and socio-environmental issues and approaches to the matter of Food Security and Emergency Food Security Interventions, including the paradox of there being more than enough food to feed the world but hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition persist. The course will also address the interplay between land distribution, gender, structural and political change, and the social economy of natural resource conservation and rural development. Liberal Arts Prerequisite(s): ENG101 or HIS132 or SOC101 or LAS111 or PSC120 or POI. Semester(s) Offered: Fall.

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