The Heritage and Legacy of Zamenhof, POLIN, Varsovio, 2017

Konferenco, Varsovio, Polin, 13-15/12/2017

Zamenhof as a linguist and a man of letter

Ewa Geller (University of Warsaw): “L.L. Zamenhof’s linguistic exploration of Yiddish and the YIVO-Standard”

Christer Kiselman (Uppsala University): “Zamenhof’s Yiddish grammar and his Universal Language”

Davide Astori (University of Parma): “Children’s literacy: Esperanto and Ivrit in comparison”

Viola Beckmann (Humboldt University Berlin): “World literature for a scattered people: Literatura Mondo magazine and the importance of literature for the development of Esperanto”

Liliana Ruth Feierstein Humboldt University Berlin/ Center for Jewish Studies Berlin – Brandenburg)

Zamenhof as a philosopher 

Liliana Ruth Feierstein (Humboldt University Berlin/ Center for Jewish Studies Berlin – Brandenburg): “The Green Star: Esperanto or the History of a Jewish Language-Utopia”

Esther Schor (Princeton University): “L. L. Zamenhof: Revisionist of Covenantal Judaism”

Agnieszka Jagodzinska (University of Wrocław): “Ludwik Zamenhof and his response to the <<Jewish Question>>”

Nicola Reggiani (University of Parma): “Zamenhof and the dream of a universal language: the ancient/traditional roots”

José Antonio del Barrio (Fundación Esperanto): “How the Declaration of Homaranism came to be published in Madrid”

Federico Gobbo (University of Amsterdam/ University of Torino): “Is it possible for all people to speak the same language? The story of Ludwik Zamenhof and Esperanto”

Zamenhof’s heritage and legacy: yesterday, today and tomorrow

Javier Alcalde (COSMOS, Scuola Normale Superiore, Florence): “The Esperanto Movement and Pacifism in Zamenhof’s time: a special relationship”

Ulrich Lins (Bonn): “Is Esperanto still a dangerous language?”

Federico Gobbo (University of Amsterdam/ University of Torino): “Zamenhof’s humanitarianism and Esperanto: what remains in the Esperanto community of practice today?”

Bernhard Tuider (Esperanto Museum of the Austrian National Library): “Ludwik Zamenhof in the Esperanto Museum in Vienna”

Lothar Quinkenstein (Adam-Mickiewicz-University in Poznań): “Names, narrations, memories”


Crédits : Edoardo Nannotti, 2012, CC-BY-SA-3.0

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