CLASS 2810

CLASS 2810

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2019-2020.

This course explores the complex interactions between wine and culture. From a source of nutrition to an enduring cultural symbol of the good life, a religious ritual to a forbidden substance, an artistic muse to a political pawn, the role of wine has varied through time and among cultures. Through lectures, readings, discussions, and activities, students will analyze how wine has impacted civilizations throughout history and how, in turn, cultures impact the production and consumption of wine.

When Offered Spring.

Comments Students enrolled in field component will go on trip to Naples, Italy from 05/16-05/21, with 05/15 and 05/22 as travel dates. Required course fee of $3,150 for 3 credit option only. Offered in Ithaca (2 and 3 credits) and Naples, Italy (3 credits only).

  • Describe the importance of wine in ancient and modern cultures, including its impact on art and literature.
  • Explain differences in the customs of wine production and consumption among cultural groups and religions worldwide.
  • Illustrate the relationship between wine production technology and wine consumption in modern wine regions.
  • Describe how the portrayal of wine in American culture has changed over time.
  • Demonstrate how the business of wine production and sales differs among cultures and genders.

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Enrollment Information
Syllabi: 1 available
  •   Regular Academic Session.  Combined with: VIEN 2810

  • 2 Credits Opt NoAud

  • 17950CLASS 2810  LEC 001

    • MWRiley-Robb Hall 105
    • Jan 21 - May 5, 2020
    • Fontaine, M

      Vanden Heuvel, J

  • Instruction Mode: Hybrid - Online & In Person