Dr. Sarah Riegert, geb. Neumann
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Dr. Sarah Riegert, geb. Neumann
Dean's Office
Room 103
Universitätsstraße 13-17
48143
T: +49 (0) 251 / 83 - 22533
studienberatung.fb01[at]uni-muenster.de
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 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

    Betreuer
    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.
  • Teaching