The Jean Monnet Chair sponsors three research seminars.

The "Jean Monnet Research Seminar" aims at exploring issues related to European integration and culture, both in intra-European terms and the wider world

The "Seminar in medieval Hispanic Studies" aims at giving ongoing support to the approach developed by the late Professor Alan Deyermond, namely, Hispanomedievalism as an integrative comparative approach to literatures in the Iberian peninsula.

And the "Enrique Moreno Báez Teaching Seminar" aims at discussing alternative approaches and developing new tools for the teaching of European literature.

Seminars

Seminar in Medieval Hispanic Studies in Santiago: November 28, 2013

Guest lecture by Todd Michelson-Ambelang (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA). "Sagas and Þættir in Iceland and the Collection of Terminology".

Jean Monnet Seminar in Santiago: November 25, 2013

Guest lecture by Todd Michelson-Ambelang (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA). "Research Strategies: Conducting Research on World Literature".

Jean Monnet Seminar in Santiago: November 25, 2013

Guest lecture by Prof. B. Venkat Mani (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA). "A Pact with Books: Measuring the World with Literature".

Seminar in Medieval Hispanic Studies in Santiago: April 23, 2013

Guest lecture by prof. Yamanaka Yuriko (National Museum of Ethonology, Japan). "From Alexander to Iskandar: Alexander Traditions in the Islamic World".

Jean Monnet Seminar in Santiago: April 12, 2013

Guest lecture by Prof. Alexander Beecroft (University of South Carolina, USA). "Comparative Literature, World Literature, National Literature".