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Cuisine Culture in Spain
CEA Partner Institution: University of Seville
Location: Seville, Spain
Primary Subject Area: Cultural Studies
Instruction in: Spanish
Course Code: GA-21
Course Details: Level 300
Recommended Semester Credits: 3
Contact Hours: 45
Prerequisites: To best take advantage of this class it is necessary that the students have a high level of Spanish not only in comprehension, but also in expression, this being a determining factor for the students potential success in this course.
The course syllabus is structured around the history of the gastronomy of the Spanish culture from the kitchen of the first settlers to today, studying the influence of Mediterranean and American cultures, the Mediterranean triad (olive oil, wine, and bread) and the importance of the Mediterranean diet as a way to lead a healthy life. It is essential that the student have a sufficient degree of knowledge of Spanish to be able to understand the classes which are taught in that language. On the other hand it requires a basic knowledge of history. This course is for students of any program. The course objectives are that the student knows the history of a kitchen and an ancient culture, and that this knowledge will be beneficial to your health.