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Department
Geography
Course
GEO 509
Professor
Hersch Jacobs
Semester
Fall

Description
With the industrial revolution most of humanity get their food without having to grow it themselvesThis course looks at where the food actually comes from where ingredients and ways of combining the ingredients are assambled and how they move from place to placeJust about every ingredient is the outcome of chance something happened to create the ingredient some genetic manipulation or improbable event The Columbian exchangerefers to Christofer Columbus the way the world ate before Columbus was different from the way people ate after Columbus He represents the beginning of the age of exploration in the major way Ingredients from Europe Asia South America etc started being exchanged new ingredients became available HuntingfishingwerethemostextensivehumanactivityAgriculturehasimpactonwellbeingmadecivilizationpossibleoReleasedobligationfromindividualsofprod
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