2020 ESF Update

by Grant Goodall (in Esperanto)

Update on Tekstaro.com and PIV 2020

by Bertilo Wennegren (in Esperanto)

Tivadar Soros Lecture Series

Through support provided by the Soros family, the Esperantic Studies Foundation recently sponsored the Tivadar Soros Lectures, presented at the City University of New York. We are now able to make available these interviews with four of the lecturers.

Esther Schor

Ulrich Lins

Ulrich Becker

Michael Gordin

Statement of purpose

ESF works to further the understanding and practice of linguistic justice in a multicultural world.

We aim to develop and support excellence in scholarship, education, and interlingual communication.

Our priorities and values are shaped through engagement with the worldwide community of Esperanto speakers, as well as with researchers, educators and activists in many language-related fields.

  • Students at Poznan Interlinguistics Program (photo: Ilona Koutny)

Esperanto history and its place in society

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