The research seminar of the College of Foreign Languages and Cultures is a new, interdisciplinary seminar at the University of Tartu, organised by the professors of the college. Its aim is to create a forum for scholarly discussion and present ongoing research.
- 18.11.2019 12th seminar: Jürgen Trabant "Wilhelm von Humboldt and the languages of the world"
- 07.11.2019 11th seminar: Fabrizio De Donno "Linguistic Pilgrimages: Exophonic Writing in the Age of World Literature"
- 28.10.2019 10th seminar: Pieter Boulogne "How Indirect Translation Shaped the Early Western European Image of Dostoevsky"
- 14.10.2019 9th seminar: Bertrand Gervais "The Readies (from Bob Brown to dj readies). Notes on an Imaginary Reading Machine"
- 20.05.2019 8th seminar: Mele Pesti "What happened to the global left? Some Latin American insights"
- 23.04.2019 7th seminar: Raili Marling "In Defence of Paranoid Reading"
- 01.04.2019 6th seminar: Maxime Decout "Literature presumed guilty or the powers of imposture"
- 20.03.2019 5th seminar: Luc van Doorslaer "Journalism as Translation"
- 18.10.2018 4th seminar: Anne Fuchs "Modern Man’s Trouble with Time: Kafka’s Der Proceß/The Trial"
- 10.09.2018 3rd seminar: Sara Bédard-Goulet "Uses of Cinema in Les Grandes Blondes and Envoyée Spéciale by Jean Echenoz"
- 15.05.2018 2nd seminar: Janika Päll "Pindarising for the Glory of the Lord"
- 26.03.2018 1st seminar: Marko Pajević “Poetics’ Transformative Power. Bible Translation and Society.”