Christiane Thiel

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Christiane Thiel (born December 1968 in Freiberg ) is a German Protestant pastor and author .


She grew up in Freiberg, Saxony . After graduating from high school and moving to Leipzig , Christiane Thiel first studied mathematics at the Karl Marx University in Leipzig, and later Protestant theology in Marburg and Berlin. She was ordained pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Saxony in 1997. In the Leipzig parishes of Markkleeberg - Großstädteln - Großdeuben , for which she was the pastor responsible, she was particularly involved in youth work. From 2001 she worked as a youth pastor in Leipzig. In 2008 she became a pastor in the Leipzig district of Holzhausen . She currently works as a student pastor in the Protestant student community in Halle / Saale.

In 2007, she received the Peter Härtling Prize for her first novel The Year I Was 13 and a Half .


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  1. Peter Härtling Prize., accessed on April 12, 2018 .
  2. Börsenblatt