The stages in Thomas Mann's life took him from Lübeck to Munich, into exile in Switzerland and the USA, then back to Switzerland.
The Thomas Mann Archive mediates information on Thomas Mann and his literary legacy.
Thomas Mann's desk and personal library provide an insight into the author's way of working.
The institution was founded at ETH Zurich in 1956 after Thomas Mann's personal papers were donated.
Katrin Bedenig from the Thomas Mann Archives presents in context to the exhibition "Schreibrausch" in the Strauhof the everyday life, the work structure and the writing neurosis of the writer.
23 December 2016 to 14 April 2017 and 19 June 2017 to 20 October 2017
The Heimatmuseum Arosa-Schanfigg shows the double exhibition "Thomas Mann & Erwin Schrödinger – Lebenswende in Arosa" with facsimiles from the holding of the Thomas Mann Archives.
Exhibition flyer (in German) (PDF, 214 KB)
"... Doctor Marotzke appeared. [...] He taught in the natural sciences, but his main field was mathematics, and he was considered an important thinker in this subject." (Buddenbrooks, GKFA 1.1, 809f.)
Building HCP/G level Room no. 21.1–24.2 Leopold-Ruzicka-Weg 4 8093 Zurich