Rosalie Stolz is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Anthropology at Heidelberg University. In her ethnographic research, focused on Southeast Asia (and Laos in particular), she specializes in the topics of houses, kinship, sociality and socio-economic change. As well as being published recently on kinship, spirits and houses, she is co-editor of a volume on Being a Parent in the Field.
Books by this author
Living Kinship, Fearing Spirits
Sociality among the Khmu of Northern Laos
- An intimate study of how kinship and sociality is lived on the ground in rural Laos today.
- Bridges the knowledge and conceptual heritage of classical ethnography and the concerns and questions of new kinship studies with rich findings from extensive fieldwork.
- Significant addition to the field of Khmu (Kammu) studies with the first ethnographic study of kinship among this upland minority group.