Profile: Gary Marvin

s200_garry.marvinProfessor of Human-Animal Studies (Anthropology), University of Roehampton.

Expertise: The main focus of his research is that of human / animal relationships and he has written on bullfighting, cockfighting and zoos. For the past few years he has been conducting anthropological fieldwork on foxhunting in England and he is now writing a book on the culture(s) and meaning(s) of foxhunting. His other main research projects are a study of the cultural history of the wolf; the experiences and activities of sports hunters; taxidermised hunting trophies.

Contact: g.marvin [at] roehampton.ac.uk

Additional Information: http://www.roehampton.ac.uk/staff/Garry-Marvin/