Description: Seminar, one hour. What becomes possible in world when we cook and eat together? What power does cookbook have in making world more just place? Hands-on, experiential exploration of role of collaborative cooking and meal sharing in building social connection and activism. Exploration of individual identities and appreciation for land that sustains us through food. Students choose recipe, and cook, reflect on, analyze, critique, and celebrate this recipe in discussions and reflections throughout quarter. The sharing and cooking of these recipes is complimented and complicated by class discussions centered on fostering social connection, resistance, and activism through cooking. Culminates in collaborative recipe book that imagines cooking and art as forms of activism and storytelling, composed of recipes students have shared and cooked together. P/NP grading. Facilitated by Sienna Rohrer, with James Bassett as faculty mentor.