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Informilo por Interlingvistoj (IPI) is published three times a year by The Center for Research and Documentation on World Language Problems (CED). IPI seeks to keep Interlinguists throughout the world up-to-date on research and events occurring in the field. The newsletter is published largely in Esperanto and is available in both online and print versions. To request print copies, contact the Universal Esperanto Association. IPI continues to issue publications each year thanks, in part, to an operating grant from ESF.
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Language Problems and Language Planning is published in three issues a year in cooperation with The Center for Research and Documentation on World Language Problems. This international multilingual journal publishes articles primarily on political, sociological and economic aspects of language and language use. The journal also features sections on interlinguistics and publication reviews.

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Esperantologio / Esperanto Studies (EES) is an international journal on all phenomena relating to Esperanto. It publishes articles based on original studies of the linguistic, historical, literary, psychological, sociological, and political aspects of Esperanto. The journal is published in two versions, which are identical in content: a print version (ISSN 1311-3496) and an electronic version (ISSN 1404-4749). For more information, click here.

Interlinguistische Informationen is a German-language newsletter of similar format and focus to Informilo por Interlingvistoj, published by the Gesellschaft für Interlinguistik. For more information, click here.

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Esperantic Studies was published by the Esperantic Studies Foundation until 2006. The newsletter focused on reviewing a variety of scholarly events, meetings, research, publications and developments pertaining to Interlinguistics, Esperanto, world language problems and language planning. Historical issues of ES are available online.

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Scholarly Articles

This page presents selected scholarly articles on Esperanto and Esperantic Studies. The list immediately below is arranged alphabetically by the surname of the lead author; the second is arranged alphabetically by the first word of the title (excluding definite and indefinite articles). Both lists are identical in content.

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Alphabetical list by surname of lead author

 

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

Fettes, Mark. Esperanto and Education: A Brief Overview.

Fettes, Mark. Esperanto and Language Awareness.

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

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

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

Lindstedt, Jouko. Esperanto as a Family Language.

Lindstedt, Jouko. Review of Esperanto Grammar.

Piron, Ckaude. Psychological resistance to Esperanto.

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

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

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

Tonkin, Humphrey & Mark Fettes. Esperanto Studies: An Overview.

 

Alphabetical list by title

 

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

Esperanto and Education: A Brief Overview. Mark Fettes

Esperanto and Language Awareness. Mark Fettes

Esperanto as a Family Language. Jouko Lindstedt

Esperanto Studies: An Overview. Humphrey Tonkin & Mark Fettes

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

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

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.

Psychological resistance to Esperanto, Claude Piron

Review of Esperanto Grammar. Jouko Lindstedt

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

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

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]