As he was invited to deliver a series of talks in South America in 1911, Jean Jaurès discovered how interesting it was to be able to draw upon the mutual intelligibility between Romance languages, which made it possible to communicate across a vast cultural space that extended from Europe to the Americas, the world of Latin countries. This was already a visionary project at the time, which it is even more so today in the age of globalization and of the rise of Romance languages.
- Jean Jaurès
- Romance languages
- communication and globalisation