Chapter 1 The Biltong Hunting Landscape: How the Haunting of Hunting Repositions 'Nature'
Chapter 2 The Specter's Space: Imperialism, Nationalism and the Spatiality of Capitalist Nature
Chapter 3 Violent Desire and Intimate Invisibility: How the Reciprocity of Structured Competitive Play Becomes the Hunting Nature Object-World
Chapter 4 Unlevelling the Playing Field-- Unbalancing the Reciprocity: Preparing the Nature Object- World in the Commercial Hunting Context
Chapter 5 At Play in the Veld of Belonging: Symbolic Labor and the Enfolding of Nationalist Belonging into the Hunting Nature Object-World
Chapter 6 Escaping Modernity by Telling to Tell: The Narrative Education of Play and Retrospection
Chapter 7 Resistance and the Art of Domination: A Narrative Return to Dominance within an Embodied Escape from the Modern Conclusion References About the Author.
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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. (source: Nielsen Book Data)