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Professor Hart is a good resource of information on this topic. Her lectures could be a bit dry sometimes but paying attention and taking notes does help. There is a ton of reading you must for this class. I wouldn't recommend taking this class in conjunction with another heavy reading Soc class. If you do the readings and make good outlines on the key points and use the information Professor gave you as being the heart you should do well over all. I would try and only take this class with Kate as your TA, cause I don't know how I would have made it through had she not been there. Towards the end the material becomes more interesting, well at least to me. You learn a lot about food though and the sociological implications it has on us. Interesting stuff overall.
Professor is very knowledgeable about the topic of food, but unable to teach students about the topic. She assigns at least 100 pages of reading per week, which are not easy. The readings are mostly dense and very dry. You'll have to take very good notes on the readings because the lecture does not give you any real information. The professor is a sweet woman, but clearly cannot be a lecturer. Please refrain from taking her class unless you have to, well at least on this topic.