GLST 210 Introduction to Global Studies
Grease, Gristle, and Globalization



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Websites related to the course materials:

Homepage for Global Studies at Vancouver Island University.  Includes information about the program and internships.

A listing of food videos with a focus on production, consumption, and politics produced by the Media Resources Center, Moffitt Library, University of California, Berkeley.  A summary is provided.  Includes several of those that will be viewed during this course.

This webpage on Globalization and Food is a page from Women & The Economy: A Project of UN Platform for Action Committee (UNPAC) in Manitoba.

Seeds of Diversity, Canada's Heritage Seed Program: "members collect and share over 1500 varieties of fruits and vegetables."

Institute for Responsible Technology - Campaign for Healthier Eating in America is an anti-GMO website.

The following paper (pdf-file) is related to this topic: "Food from Our Changing World: The Globalization of Food and How Americans Feel About It."

Genetically modified organisms, consumers, food safety and the environment.  An online document of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. has a Topic Guide on GM Organisms; includes a wide range of articles from the late 1990s to the present and external links.


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