The College of New Jersey: Gendered History of Food, hosted by CEPA

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This program allows students to experience the “push” factor of the migratory process in the “push/pull” historical theory of migration by focusing on the southern Italian and Sicilian regions responsible for the majority of Italian migration to t... read more

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This program allows students to experience the “push” factor of the migratory process in the “push/pull” historical theory of migration by focusing on the southern Italian and Sicilian regions responsible for the majority of Italian migration to the United States in this era. It also enables them to understand the ways in which food is transformed, as well as migrants, in the process of acculturation, and for this historical period, the process of "Americanization."

Notes: This program is hosted by CEPA - Customized Educational Programs Abroad. CEPA has partnered with many universities and colleges throughout North America as well as Brazil to develop and implement education abroad programs with strong academic and cultural components. More information about CEPA can be found at www.cepa-abroad.org

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Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Spring
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