Robin Fox (born 1934) is an Anglo-American anthropologist who has written on the topics of marriage, human and primate kinship systems, and evolutionary anthropology and sociology. He was born in Yorkshire. He founded the department of anthropology at Rutgers University in 1967 and remained a professor there for the rest of his career. Fox published a work, The Imperial Animal, with Lionel Tiger in 1972, that advocated a 'social carnivore theory' of human evolution. His daughter Kate Fox has also written an anthropologically-themed book titled Watching the English.
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