Re: Cultural Identity - Foxhunting

T. Kohn (Tamara.Kohn@DURHAM.AC.UK)
Tue, 12 Dec 1995 16:07:50 +0000

Dear Adrienne and girlfriend of Martin... interested in foxhunting...

I have a PhD student who has done her fieldwork in the Scottish Borders
and is writing up her thesis on 'the place of animals in British Moral
Discourse'. I believe that she has looked at foxhunting, and she might
also know of some useful references. Email her directly at:



Dr Tamara Kohn
Dept of Anthropology, Univ of Durham, 43 Old Elvet, Durham DH13HN, UK
tel: (0191)374-7208 (Durham), (01642)335326 (University College, Stockton)
e-mail: fax: (0191)374-2870


On Tue, 12 Dec 1995, Adrienne Dearmas wrote:

> In a message dated 95-12-09 14:04:04 EST, Martin.Lonnar.4901@STUDENT.UU.SE
> (Martin =?iso-8859-1?Q?L=F6nnar?=) writes:
> >Q: My girlfried is taking a course in cultural anthropology, at Uppsala
> >University (Sweden), and she is currently writing an essay on "Cultural
> >Identity in the case of British fox-hunting" and is looking for any
> >anthropological litterature that concerns this topic.
> >
> >
> If you find any, please let me know. I miss fox hunting and have never known
> anthropologists to have looked at it before. Tell your friend that I have
> seen an article reprinted from a psychology journal (wish I could give you
> more reference) about why men don't like the relationship between women and
> horses :?)
> - Adrienne