An exploration of the relationship between food, justice, and Jewish identities. Students learn about Jewish ethnic, cultural, and religious history as they explore the complex justice issues related to food. Students investigate all aspects of food production including growing, processing, cooking, and eating as they relate to issues of race, gender, religion, class, and sexuality. Students examine Jewish biblical dietary laws, rabbinic regulations, and modern kosher cookbooks to understand the formation and flexibility of Jewish food systems. Distribution Requirements: HE, PD. This course counts as Humanities for the purpose of satisfying the College distribution requirement for students who matriculated before Fall 2016.