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This class will make you a vegetarian. You get exposed to some pretty gruesome topics (eg: animal ethics and the meat industry) without any censoring. However, the class is pretty engaging and is very discussion based. No phones or computer allowed in lecture and attendance is taken. Assignments are simple reflections and then there is a final group research paper on any topic related to Food Politics. Overall, very easy and manageable; I would take this class again.
This class might make you vegan or vegetarian. The first half of the quarter is focused on the reality of factory farming, animal oppression, and the modern food industry. The second half of the course is slightly more solution oriented, with various guest speakers from different organizations and jobs. It’s a very discussion-based class, and attendance and participation in lecture is important. The class consists of 4 short writing assignments and a final 10 page group research paper. There are also weekly reading assignments, but I think most people didn’t read them. Overall, it was a very engaging class and honestly made me think hard about and question the food industry and my personal food choices. Would recommend to anyone tbh