Feeding the World

First-Year Seminar Program 165

Usual Description

This course examines issues of population and food production. World population structure, the history of agriculture, global impacts of the green revolution, and genetically modified foods will be discussed. The intent of the class is to raise profound issues that we will study while practicing skills associated with research including interpreting and manipulating data. The results of these projects will be presented to the class through papers and organized discussions.

Sample Syllabus

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Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
First-Year Seminar Program 165
First-Year Seminar Program 165 Taught by Marta Laskowski
First-Year Seminar Program 165 Taught by Marta Laskowski
First-Year Seminar Program 165 Taught by Marta Laskowski
First-Year Seminar Program 165 Taught by Marta Laskowski
First-Year Seminar Program 165 Taught by Marta Laskowski
First-Year Seminar Program 165 Taught by Marta Laskowski