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Courses with Significant Food or Agricultural Content (2021-2022 courses in BOLDFACE, with modality listed for fall classes)

  • ANTH 0345 Anthropology of Food (Oxfeld - Spring - Online Lecture)
  • ARBC/FOOD 230 Food Security in Lebanon (Greeley - Spring)
  • BIOL 0203 Biology of Plants (Coe - Fall - Online)
  • BIOL 0204 Entomology (Pask - Fall - In person)
  • BIOL 0323 Plant Community Ecology (Spring - Lecture online, Lab in person)
  • CMLT/ITAL 356  A Culinary History of Italy (in Italian) (Brancoli-Busdraghi - Fall- In- person)
  • DPPG 8508 Power, Social Change & Organizations (Glenzer - Fall) MIIS
  • ECON 0200 Health Economics and Policy
  • ECON 0228 Economics of Agricultural Transition (Pecsok - Spring - In person)
  • ECON 0234 Economics of Africa (Porteous - Spring)
  • ECON 0466 Environment and Development (Spring)
  • ENAM 0103 Reading Literature: Spelling Bees: Literature’s Environments
  • ENAM/ENVS 0480 Animals, in Theory
  • ENVS 0112 Natural Science and the Environment (Fall and Spring - Spring - Lecture blended, Fall - In person)
  • ENVS/GSFS 0209 Gender Health Environment (Baker-Medard - Fall - In person)
  • ENVS/WRPR 0210 Social Class and the Environment (Vila - Fall - Scheduled online)
  • ENVS 0230 Environmental Health (Crawford - Fall - In person)
  • ENVS/ARBC 0245 Human-Environment Relations: Middle East (Greeley)
  • ENVS 0300 Sustainability from the Roots Up (Barnicle)
  • ENVS 0332 The Perennial Turn in Agriculture & Culture (Vitek, Lapin, Barnicle - Fall - In person)
  • ENVS 0349 From Social Justice to Environmental Justice (Gould)
  • ENVS 0355 Water: From Fish to PFAS
  • ENVS 385 Global Political Ecology (Suarez - Spring)
  • ENVS/GSFS 0442 Transnational Feminist Conservation (Baker-Meynard - Spring)
  • FOOD 0280 Middlebury’s Foodprint: Introduction to Food Systems (Anderson - Fall - in-person)
  • FOOD 0310 Agroecology (Anderson - Spring - Blended)
  • FOOD 0311 Fixing Food Systems (Anderson)
  • FOOD 0312 Food Policy (Anderson - Fall - In person)
  • FOOD 0480 Hunger, Food Security, Food Sovereignty (Anderson)
  • FRLA 8377 Resources Conflict and Security (Gueldry) – MIIS
  • FRLA 8216 Thinking Security – 21st Century (Eagle, Foster) - MIIS
  • GEOG 0206 Global Environment
  • GEOG 0208 Land and Livelihoods (L'Roe)
  • GEOG 0216 Rural Geography (Nelson)
  • GEOG 0225 Environmental Change in Latin America (L’Roe)
  • GEOG 0351 Applied Remote Sensing: Land Use in sub-Saharan Africa (Kimambo - Spring- Flexible online)
  • GEOG 0406 Seminar in Human-Environment Geography: Land-use, Management, and Governance
  • GEOG 0428 Geography of Climate and Development
  • GEOL 0161 Earth's Oceans and Coastlines (Jacobel - Fall - In person)
  • GEOL 0255 Water Resources Hydrogeology (Ryan - Spring - Blended)
  • GEOL 0257 Soils, Geology and the Environment (Munroe, Ryan)
  • GHLT 0257 Global Health (Fall and Spring)
  • GSFS 0430 Queering Food: Race, Place, and Social Justice (Thomsen)
  • GSFS 333 Feminism and Food: Global, Local, and Everything in Between (Thomsen)
  • HIST 0352 Food in the Middle East: History, Culture, and Identity (Armanios)
  • HIST/AMST 0445 Vermont Life's Vermont (Morse, Newbury)
  • IEPG 8611 Sustainable Coastal Management (Lester - Fall) - MIIS
  • IEPG 8635 International Marine Science & Policy (Gutowska-Romano - Fall) - MIIS
  • IEPG 8639 Sustainable Agriculture-Regenerative (Melone - Fall) - MIIS
  • IEPG 8648 Food Choice & Behavior Design (Scorse) - MIIS
  • IGST/SOAN 0460A Global Consumptions: Food, Eating, and Power in Comparative Perspective (Oxfeld)
  • INTD 0426 Health, Food & Poverty:  Critical Frameworks for Social Change (Berenbaum - Spring)
  • ITAL /CMLT 0299 Literary Feasts: Representations of Food in Modern Narrative (in English) (Carletti)
  • ITAL 0493 Representing Italian Food, Table and Family (in Italian) (Zupan)
  • MIIS 8507 Governing the Global Commons
  • MIIS 8652 International Marine Law
  • PGSE 0321 With Flavor: Food and Brazilian Culture (in Portuguese) (Rocha)
  • PSCI 0304 International Political Economy (Winslett - Fall & Spring - In person)
  • PSCI 0452 Global Environmental Justice
  • PSCI 0458 Race, Gender and Class Politics
  • PSCI 2392 Global Civil Society
  • SOCI 0201 Sociology of Labor 

Sample Winter-Term past courses (These are different each year, and posted during the fall):

  • ANTH 1024 From Famine to Feasting: The Role of Food in Modern Chinese Culture
  • FOOD 2327 Regenerative Food Systems (Monterrubio - In English)
  • INTD 1020 Asian American Food Studies (Joo)
  • INTD 1092 On Food and Cooking (Young, Cleveland)
  • RELI 1076 Religion and Food (Ortegren)
  • INTD 1170 Seed Matters: Exploring the Human Relationship to Agricultural Seed( Luby)
  • ENVS 1030 Changing Our Impact on the Ocean: An Interactive Deep Dive (Jewett)
  • ENVS 1044 Food, Farms, Future (Bartlett)
  • ENVS Animal Ethics (Fesmire)

Sample First-year Seminars offered in past semesters (These are different each year):

  • FYSE 1041 Social Issues and Public Policy (Holmes - Fall - In person)
  • FYSE 1107 Shaping the Future (Spatafora)
  • FYSE 1344 Culinary History of Italy (Brancoli-Busdraghi)
  • FYSE 1431 Food, Identity & Power (Oxfeld )
  • FYSE 1539 Religion and Food (Ortegren)
  • FYSE 1563 Landscapes of Central America: Past, Present & Future (Ryan)
  • FYSE 1344 Time Around the Table:  A Culinary History of Italy (Brancoli Busdraghi)
  • FYSE 1502 A Feast for the Eyes: Representations of Food in Modern Cinema (Uricaru)