Course on Understanding the Urban Food System at UCT’s Summer School
The University of Cape Town’s Summer School is offering a course coordinated by Professor Gordon Pirie, deputy director of the African Centre for Cities, titled “What Does It Take to Feed a City? Understanding the Urban Food System”. Leonie Joubert’s The Hungry Season is on the recommended reading list for the course.
The lectures will examine Cape Town’s food system and show how food can be used to look at issues of urban sustainability and justice.
It will be held from Monday 28 January to Wednesday 30 January at The Centre for Open Learning and will cost R210. UCT staff members pay R105 and students can attend for the reduced rate of R53.
- Date: Monday, 28 January to Wednesday, 30 January, 2012
- Time: 5:30PM
- Venue: The Centre for Open Learning,
Cross Campus Road,
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- Cover charge: R210
- Register: Download the registration form as a PDF or Word document