Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This is a very interesting course! It deals with food sovereignty, and ways that we can understand food culture, and work to reduce the number of hungry from a systematic and political level, rather than just from a non-profit standpoint. You get to analyze several different regions, and the food culture from that region, so you can understand why that country has/ doesn't have food security/soverigty, rather than just learning that it is or isn't.
The highlight of this course was the Group Food Projects. Most people don't like group projects, but this one is actually really cool, and invites everyone to equaly participate. There are about eight(?) or so presentations, each where you get to sample food from the country assigned while also learning about the conditions.
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Advice for students:
Always, aways, always do the reading! They normally aren't too bad difficulty wise, but some of them can be pretty lengthy. There's a reading due every class, and a quiz every class to of along with that reading. If you don't want to put in that effort, do not take it, as you won't do well.