Food and Culture in Siena

Food and Culture in Siena

The Siena Food and Culture program allows you to develop fuller understandings of complex food-related issues and gain new insights into the ways in which food mediates social, political, environmental, cultural and economic processes. You will study Italian food and culture in the contexts of Siena and Tuscany, famous for their beautiful landscapes, quality of cuisine and wine, and as the birthplace of the agritourism movement. All courses are taught in English; there is no language requirement and the program is open to all majors.

The program includes ample excursions for field-based learning opportunities to many exquisite and less traveled towns and villages of Tuscany and neighboring regions.

Subjects

  • Food And Culture
  • Italian Language Literature And Studies

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