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Professor Garry Marvin

Garry Marvin is a social anthropologist and Professor of Human-Animal Studies at the University of Roehampton in London. He has conducted research into, and published on, a variety of practices involving the engagement of humans and other animals. At present his research projects include contested cultural perceptions of wolves; the ethics and experiences of hunters; issues relating to hunting in wildlife management and conservation; debates about 'wild meat' and meat from farmed animals.


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