Manuel Rauchholz

Manuel Rauchholz

(Dr. Phil, University of Heidelberg; Th.M. Trinity Evangelical School). His research and publications have been primarily in cultural anthropology in the study of kinship and exchange, migration, legal anthropology and on ethical topics such as human trafficking, sexual exploitation, human rights, economic development and the environment. Dr. Rauchholz’s academic teaching experience includes four years as researcher and lecturer at the Institute of Anthropology, University of Heidelberg. He has taught as adjunct professor at numerous institutions teaching Social Science Research Methods at Internationale Hochschule Liebenzell (IHL) in Germany, Anthropology and Missions at Presbyterian University and Theological Seminary in Seoul, and Anthropology at the University of Guam. He has experience working as Consulting Anthropologist to the Federated States of Micronesia where he is active until today in developmental and educational work as a consultant and project leader.



Manuel Rauchholz, Mihamm Kim-Rauchholz

Diese Einführung in die Kulturanthropologie bzw. Ethnologie definiert den Begriff der Kultur und Aspekte kultureller Lern- und Lebensprozesse. Der Kurs beinhaltet Themen wie Umwelt, Wirtschaftsformen,... more