Board Member

„The linguistic and cultural diversity of Graubünden as well as its excellent location as part of the Alpine arc calls for inter- and transdisciplinary approaches. This means research that looks at developments from different points of view in a collaborative manner over a longer period of time. “

Cordula Seger studied German, art history, and philosophy in Zurich and Berlin. She received her doctorate on the subject “Grand Hotel. Stage of Literature” at the TU Berlin in 2003. Subsequently, she worked as a lecturer at the Department of German Studies at the University of Vienna, as a research assistant at the Architecture Department of the ETH Zurich, and as a lecturer at various universities of applied sciences, including the Department of Tourism at the HTW in Chur. In recent years, she has worked as a researcher, lecturer, curator, and publicist in the triangle between literature, architecture, and cultural studies. She has published numerous papers on the topics mentioned. In December 2017, Cordula Seger was honoured by the Upper Engadine District for her cultural commitment and research. Since August 2017, she has been director of the Institute for Cultural Research Graubünden with headquarters in Chur and a branch office in Sils Maria

Dr. phil. Cordula Seger
Leiterin Institut für Kulturforschung Graubünden (ikg)
Reichsgasse 10
7000 Chur
Tel. +41 81 252 70 39

cordula.seger@kulturforschung.ch
www.kulturforschung.ch