Adolf Muschg und die ETH – an evening on the occasion of the 85th birthday
From 1970 to 1999 Adolf Muschg was Professor of German Language and Literature at ETH Zurich. During this time he shaped the university as a scientist, but also as a writer. He was decisively involved in the founding of the Max Frisch Archive, and numerous authors attended his legendary writing seminars. As the first director of the Collegium Helveticum, he was actively involved in the dialogue between the sciences.
On the occasion of Adolf Muschg's 85th birthday this year, he will be a guest at his former place of work. In a public discussion with Andreas Kilcher, Professor of Literature and Cultural Studies, and Tobias Amslinger, Head of Max Frisch Archive, he remembers his academic life between the Disciplines.
The event will take place at ETH Zurich's Audi Max and will be opened with a greeting by Rector Sarah M. Springman.
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In cooperation with Literaturhaus Zürich