Retoso –  the new Esperanto youth event!

Retoso – the new Esperanto youth event!

My name is Tyron. I am a British student now living in the United States, but most important for this blog, I was a member of the organizing team of Retoso – the new online event of TEJO (Tutmonda Esperantista Junularo / World Esperanto Youth). Our team had 7 members...
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...
The politics of language: the case of Hyderabad, ‘Decolonial Subversions’, and Esperanto in an Indian University

The politics of language: the case of Hyderabad, ‘Decolonial Subversions’, and Esperanto in an Indian University

Monika begins. Thinking of linguistic justice and decolonisation brings me back to one humid summer afternoon – it must have been around 2010-11 – when, sitting in the living room of an apartment-block in the South Indian city of Hyderabad, I was engrossed in my first...
Esperanto Learning with Major Trivia!

Esperanto Learning with Major Trivia!

The team at the Culpeper Language Learning Center (Gustavus Adolphus College), along with volunteers from many different locations, are developing a series of free trivia games under the name of Major Trivia to help language learners develop linguistic and vocabulary...
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