The Book of Guests in Esperanto

The Book of Guests in Esperanto

We are proud to announce the worldwide publication of Clarence Bicknell’s Book of Guests in Esperanto, a masterpiece of dedication and arts-and-crafts talent in watercolours by a light-hearted polymath of the late 19th century. Clarence Bicknell (1842-1918) built his...
Seeking a Universal Tongue

Seeking a Universal Tongue

On 25 March 2022, a panel “Seeking a Universal Tongue: Esperanto and Politics in East Asia” took place at the annual conference of the Association for Asian Studies in Honolulu, Hawaii. The panel presented papers by Joshua Fogel (York University, Canada), Yauheniya...
The history of the Vidyasagar Prize

The history of the Vidyasagar Prize

When informing an international audience that the ministry of higher education in the government of West Bengal (an administrative area of India) has awarded the “Vidyasagar Prize” to an Esperantist in 2021, one must first say a few words among other things about...
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