NASK: North American Summer Courses

NASK: North American Summer Courses

NASK (North American Summer Courses) was born in California in the 1970s after Catherine (“Cathy”) L. Schulze and her husband William (“Bill”) H. Schulze took part in an Esperanto course at North Adams State College, in Massachusetts, in 1969, led by Professor Duncan...
Pioneers of internationalism

Pioneers of internationalism

At the turn of the twentieth century, the centre of the Esperanto movement moved to Paris, the city of light. In 1905, the first international Esperanto congress took place in France, with 688 participants from all over the world. Without interpreters, they carried...
History and Esperanto

History and Esperanto

I am a historian – more precisely, a classicist, i.e. a specialist in the Graeco-Roman world – and an Esperanto-speaker. For some twenty-five years I have taught and researched in this field, concentrating on the period of the Emperor Justinian (A.D. 527-565), for the...
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