Edward Moon-Little



Edward Moon Little is a visual anthropologist with a regional focus on South Asia. With a background in Art History and History (BA, University of East Anglia), Edward went on to study Visual, Material and Museum Anthropology at Oxford University (MSc). Before joining as Curator for the Kohima Institute, Edward carried out archival research on adivasi history with Jawaharlal Nehru University, interned with Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural, and studied Northeast Indian museums funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. After years of working in restaurant kitchens, Edward loves nothing more than cooking for friends and investigating the intertwined relationships between food and culture (currently he is very interesting in the cultural meanings of fish in London). Alongside working for the Kohima Institute Edward also helps run a blog called Sensible Culture (so please follow them on Twitter).