Origin of the Library Committee
The Library Committee was established on 13 April 1999, bringing to fruition a plan devised in 1997 "to make the acquisition process more efficient."
Aim and purpose of the Library Committee
The aim of the Library Committee is to involve all sub-departments in important decisions that concern the library. The sub-department representatives are responsible for the media stock in their subject. They pass on the information from the Library Committee to their sub-department.
The Library Committee meets once a semester and decides on the acquisition of serials, periodicals and the more expensive monographs. The Library Director reports on her activities and informs about acquisition statistics and the library budget.
Composition of the Library Committee
Library Director/Subject Librarian: Lic.phil. S. Schaub
Dr. M. Wüthrich (Systematic/Dogmatic Theology)
Dr. E. Kobel (New Testament)
M.Theol. St. Reumer (Practical Theology)
M.Theol. B. Büchi (Systematic Theology/Ethics)
Prof. Dr. A. Heuser (Ecumenical and Mission Studies)
M.Theol. N. Grütter (Old Testament)
Dr. St. Gripentrog (Science of Religion)
Prof. Dr. M. Wallraff (Ecclesiastical History)
Students' representative: Annina Völlmy
Subject librarian of the University Library: Lic.phil. B. Vögeli