1) Is there a connection between Meat and Manliness?
2) Can one barbecue Israeli Nationalism?
3) Does portion size matter?
These questions and more will be addressed in our new summer program focused on the Anthropology and Culture of Food in Israel.
After all, in a country ripe with political strife and conflict what better way than food to bridge the gap?
Housing and Health Insurance
Intensive Hebrew Language Ulpan 4 BGU Credits
Course on The Anthropology of Food in Israel 2 BGU Credits
3 Field Trips around the topic of food (includes one overnight trip): Old Jaffa - Mahane Yehuda Market in Jerusalem - Negev Farms and African Israelite Community
3 Food Workshops
Full Student Privileges with access to the University Sports Center
Summer semester programs are available and open to all. Registration in an academic program is not necessary.
Please Note: A minimum number of participants is required to run the program. If the minimum number is not met, the program will be postponed to the following academic year.
Beer Sheva, Israel 84105
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