Daylong Seminar on Sociocultural History
Aimed at encouraging reflection on beliefs, practices and representations of topics related to health, hygiene, death, gender and body from a variety of perspectives, the Daylong Seminar on Sociocultural History proposes an academic space for reflection and for debate amongst researchers in said field.Currently, two Daylong Seminars on Sociocultural History have been organized. The “First Daylong Seminar on Sociocultural History: Health, Death and Hygiene” with three panels took place in 2010, consisting of a panel on Health and Social Control, one on Health and Death and one on Health, Hygiene and Representations. Each panel consisted of about five presentations. The second Seminar on “Representations of Health, Death, Hygiene, Gender and Body” took place in 2013, consisting of three panels, one on Body, Femininity and Masculinity, one on Death and Its Representations and one on Health, Diseases and Hygiene.
The Seminar is organized by professor Mauricio Molina with assistance from undergraduate and graduate students.
Daylong Seminar on Renaissance Studies
Aimed at creating a space for interdisciplinary academic discussion of the study of European thought of early modern age, the Seminar is methodologically oriented towards the intellectual history, the history of ideas and the history of art and aesthetics.
Daylong Seminar on Contemporary Chilean History
Aimed at opening a new space for reflection on classic topics in contemporary history and proposing new debates that generate new perspectives and methodologies of studying the recent history of Chile, the first edition of the Seminar compiled papers addressing historical topics from early 20th Century to present day Chile, as well as papers analyzing issues or reflecting on historical research of said period from a methodological standpoint