Christiane Müller

Photo by Sabine Vielmo


Head of Library


Being notoriously curious about nearly everything and always looking for good stories, for Christiane libraries are just magical spaces and the heart of every community. Dedicated to this approach she loves to get inspired by new (and old) libraries all around the world. She has worked in very different institutions and has been an innovation manager in Germany’s biggest (and most lively) public library (Berlin) as well as a copyright expert in a traditional (and very picturesque) academic library (Tübingen). From time to time she feels the urge to write or speak in public about how libraries can share more than just books.


"Bücher leihen, Ideen teilen: Bibliotheken in der Sharing Economy", Berlin 2016

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