Anthropologist and author
Kate Fox is an anthropologist, co-director of the Social Issues Research Centre, and author of popular social science. She is best known for her international bestseller Watching the English: The Hidden Rules of English Behaviour, which is an introductory text on the anthropology syllabus at many universities.
Her work has included research, publications, lectures, and broadcasts on many
aspects of human behaviour and human nature. Kate is a regular guest lecturer at universities and institutes in the UK and overseas – including University of Oxford, UCL, Chatham House, The Royal Geographical Society, The Royal Society of Medicine, Brown University, University of Venice, the Science Museum, the National
Portrait Gallery, Intelligence Squared, and the Oxford Union. She has also been a columnist for Psychologies magazine and contributor to the New Statesman.
Kate is currently working on a new book about human nature and technology.