This page showcases some important scholarly articles on Esperanto and related topics. For more information about the state-of-the-art scholarship on Esperanto, its history, and global language studies, click here.


Naturalizing a Planned Language: Esperanto and the Promotion of Linguistic Diversity.
Humphrey Tonkin. 2017. In Maryam Borjian, ed. Language and Globalization: An Autoethnographic Approach. New York & London: Routledge. 144-157.

Translations of Vergil into Esperanto
Geoffrey Greatrex, Unpublished Ms., University of Ottawa.

Invented cities, invented languages: Esperanto and urban textuality, 1887–1914
Humphrey Tonkin, Language Problems & Language Planning 40:1 (2016), 85–99.

Special issue of INDECS (Interdisciplinary Description 0f Complex Systems) dedicated to Esperanto
Tonkin, Blanke, Koutny, Fiedler, Gobbo, Jansen, Charters, Konishi, Wandel, Puškar

Zamenhof: The Life, Works, and Ideas of the Author of Esperanto”
Aleksandr Korzhenkov. Abridged by the author from ”Homarano: La vivo, verkoj kaj ideoj de d-ro L.L. Zamenhof”. [English translation and notes by Ian Richmond]

Esperanto and Education: Toward a Research Agenda
Alvino E. Fantini & Timothy G. Reagan

Europe’s Babylon: Towards a Single European Language?
Mark Fettes

Esperanto Studies: An Overview
Humphrey Tonkin & Mark Fettes

Esperanto and Language Awareness
Mark Fettes

Esperanto and Education: A Brief Overview
Mark Fettes

Psychological resistance to Esperanto
Claude Piron

Review of Esperanto Grammar
Jouko Lindstedt

Esperanto as a Family Language
Jouko Lindstedt


Educational Guidelines

Student Standards For Learning Esperanto K-16 In The United States (Draft, Nov. 2005)
A project of the Esperantic Studies Foundation and the American Council on the Teaching
of Foreign Languages (ACTFL)  



Studies In Interlinguistics
A tribute to noted Interlinguist Dr. Detlev Blanke. This online book contains articles by prominent Interlinguists dealing with the study of Interlinguistics.

Introduction to Interlinguistics
A textbook in Esperanto, by Vera Barandovská-Frank.

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