Dr. Sarah Riegert, geb. Neumann
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Dr. Sarah Riegert, geb. Neumann
Dean's Office
Room 103
Universitätsstraße 13-17
T: +49 (0) 251 / 83 - 22533
Office hours: Currently out of office
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Students who enroll in Münster or transfer to the WWU (degree programs: magister degree in theology/ minister's office) should contact the dean with any questions which may arise. Students who are already enrolled to become a minister or in a magister degree in theology should contact one of the residing chairs with any questions that may arise. Please contact Professor Dr. von Scheliha for documents as proof of academic achievements. [BAföG]

  • CV

    • since Octobre 2023: Faculty Manager and Quality Management Representative
    • since Octobre 2021: Faculty Manager and Student Counselor
    • since April 2015: Research Assistant in the Dean's Office (Research Interest: Old Testament)
    • since 2018: EU project proposal RESILIENCE to create and establish a infrastructure for religious studies in Europe
    • 2018: Dissertation and doctoral viva
    • 2017-2018: Advanced Training for Personnel Officer (IHK)
    • 2013-2015: Instructors for Special Assignments in Subjects Old and New Testament
    • 2013: First Theology Exam at EKHN
    • 2012: Merit-Based Scholarship of the Hessische Lutherstiftung
    • 2011: Student Assistant at the Faculty of Jewish Studies in Mainz
    • since 2008: Study of Protestant Theology in Marburg, Mainz and Münster
    • 2007: High Schoold Diploma at the Liebigschule in Gießen
    • born 2nd January '88 in Herrenberg


  • Acadamic Function

    • Faculty Advisor for Teacher Training Students
    • General Faculty Advisory
    • Erasmus-Coordination
    • National and International Projectmanagement:
      Coordination TheoReS (NFDI) and RESILIENCE (Leadership Workpackage 2 "Exploration and Mapping")


  • Teaching Field

    • Old Testament

    Research Interests

    • Anthropology(ies) in the Old Testament, espec. der Psalms
    • Semantic and syntactic Dimensions of Self-Reflection in Old Testament
  • Doctoral Thesis

    Die "Ich-Sphäre" des Beters. Eine anthropologische Untersuchung zur Selbstreflexion des Beters am Beispiel von Psalm 42–43

    Professor Dr. Reinhard Achenbach
    Doctoral Subject
    Evangelische Theologie
    Doctoral Degree
    Dr. theol.
    Awarded by
    Department 01 – Protestant Theology
    Die Arbeit führt den Begriff der "Ich-Sphäre" in die alt-hebräische Anthropologie ein und ermöglicht somit erstmals eine methodische Erschließung von Vorgängen der Selbstreflexion in der alttestamentlichen Literatur.