Audio production-based course. Learn histories of global diaspora and their relationship to food and culture. Understand social, political and economic factors that shape global food production. Develop journalistic and storytelling skills including interview techniques, interpersonal and cross-cultural engagement with subjects, journalistic research, and narrative construction. Critical engagement with ethical considerations of representation central to journalism in a cross-cultural, diasporic context. Build audio-production skills including recording techniques and editing software. Produce broadcast-quality, full-length audio journalism piece on a global food story of student's choosing.