Indiana University: Anthropology of Food (Doctoral Concentration) Claimed

Graduate study of food integrates research, theory, and practice in human livelihoods, biology, identity, and culture; ramifications of production, consumption, and sharing; and symbolic and ideological meanings.
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Indiana University:  Anthropology of Food (Doctoral Concentration)

Indiana University 701 East Kirkwood Ave, Bloomington, IN 47405, United States

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Graduate study of food integrates research, theory, and practice in human livelihoods, biology, identity, and culture; ramifications of production, consumption, and sharing; and symbolic and ideological meanings.

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Food Studies
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Doctoral Degree
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