Liborius Olaf Lumma

Liborius Lumma, Credit: Fotostudio Wedermann Innsbruck      Liborius Lumma, Credit: Fotostudio Wedermann Innsbruck      Liborius Lumma, Credit: Fotostudio Wedermann Innsbruck

Academic C.V.

  • born 1973 in Siegen/Westphalia
  • 1993 Abitur
  • 1995–2002 Student of Catholic Theology and Philosopy at the Universities Münster and Munich and the Munich School of Philosophy S.J.
  • 2002 degree of Diplom-Theologe (Münster University)
  • 2003–2006 Student of the Dr.-theol.-programme in liturgical studies at Innsbruck University
  • 2005–2006 Funded research on Gregorian Chant by the „Tiroler Wissenschaftsfonds”, as such member of the Department of Historical Theology (since 2006: Department of Biblical Studies and Historical Theology)
  • 2006 Dr. theol. (Innsbruck University), doctorate with distinction
  • since Oct 1, 2006: Assistant Professor at the Department for Biblical Studies and Historical Theology
  • 2015 Habilitation, personal title of private lecturer (Privatdozent)

Offices and Memberships

Within the Faculty of Catholic Theology

Currently

  • Dean of Studies, co-opted as a non-voting member to the Curriculum Commission (since 03/2021)
  • Member of the editorial board of the faculty's newsletter (since 12/2016, main editor until 02/2018)
  • Co-responsible for the faculty's websites (http://uibk.ac.at/theol/...) (since summer 2010)
  • Webmaster of the Department of Biblical Studies and Historical Theology (10/2006–07/2011, again since 02/2015)

Retired

  • Organizer of the internal "brown bag meetings" on personal research projects (WS 2009/10—SS 2015
  • Responsible for the Research Database of the Department of Biblical Studies and Historical Theology (08/2011–06/2015)
  • Speaker of the Research Center „Synagogue and Churches” (10/2016–06/2021)
  • Deputy Head of the Department of Biblical Studies and Historical Theology (03/2017–02/2021; 07/2019–02/2020 acting Head in absence of Prof. Boris Repschinski SJ)
  • Chairman of the department assembly (03/2017–03/2019)
  • Faculty's officer for digital media, co-opted as a non-voting member to the Curriculum Commission (04/2017–02/2021)

Outside of the Faculty

Currently

Retired

  • Member of the AKL Junior (young scholars in the Arbeitsgemeinschaft katholischer Liturgiewissenschaftlerinnen und Liturgiewissenschaftler) (2006–2016)
  • Member of the Ecumenical Council of the diocese of Innsbruck (2009–2019; chairman 2012–2019)
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