About the Collegium generale
The Collegium generale promotes the interdisciplinary dialogue and networking within the university through events and seminars for faculty members and students from all fields of study. Our events are airmed at audiences from all faculties and the general public.
We organize interdisciplinary lectures series on current themes and research topics every semester. The lectures are given by scholars from a variety of disciplines and are followed by a discussion.
Each fall semester we organize Literary readings: Nationally and internationally acclaimed writers are invited to come to the university and read from their recent publications and join in a conversation with the audience.
Events are open to the public and entry is free.
Literary Reading with Adam Johnson
Adam Johnson reads from his Pulitzer Prize winning novel "The Orphan Master's Son" on May 23rd 2017.