Students will choose a project from a variety of food related topics (e.g. agricultural movements, food justice, food ethics, or
nutrition and the American diet) conduct research drawn from several disciplinary methodologies and develop a presentation.
To complete this multidisciplinary research project, you will prepare an annotated bibliography on your chosen food topic and then create a presentation to be given the last week of class.
Here are the specifics:
Remember to narrow your argument/thesis to a manageable topic just as you would in a written essay.
A grading rubric will be posted so you know how the 250 points will be distributed. The primary grading focus is on the quality of your sources, your reflection of multidisciplinary research, and the depth of your critical thinking represented in your presentation.