Biltong Hunting as a Performance of Belonging analyzes landscape, hunting, identity, and belonging by examining the staging of biltong hunting on wildlife ranches in South Africa. It examines how hunting landscapes have become sites where formerly dominant white settler masculinity can perform rootedness and belonging vis-a-vis its loss of political power.
Biltong Hunting As a Performance of Belonging in Post-Apartheid South Africa
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