Anna Seelhöfer studied Social Science at the Ruhr University Bochum. She completed her Master's degree in the study programme "Culture and Person". Her empirical Master's thesis dealt with female identities in the neocharismatic movement.
She worked, first as a student assistant and later as a research assistant at the Chair of Social Theory and Social Psychology and was also a scholarship holder of the Hans Kilian and Lotte Köhler Centre for Social and Cultural Psychology and Historical Anthropology (KKC).
Since 2022, Anna Seelhöfer has been a research assistant at the Chair of Social Theory and Social Psychology, where she works as a KKC assistant.
Her main areas of research and interest are in the fields of
Social and cultural psychology, identity theory, psychoanalysis, sociology of religion as well as methodology and methods of qualitative/interpretative research.
Faculty of Social Science
Chair of Social Theory and Social Psychology
Chair GD, Raum E1/231
Tel.: 0234 32 19823