Date: 12/10/2017

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Location: Brooklyn Public Library, Central Library Branch (10 Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn)

Price: Free

130 years ago, Dr. Ludwik Zamenhof had a vision of a language that would connect the nations of the world: the international language Esperanto. Today, as UNESCO celebrates 100 years since Zamenhof’s death, Esperanto is spoken in a hundred countries and has its own vibrant culture and literature. Join literary scholar Esther Schor for a talk on Zamenhof’s life, legacy, and Esperanto today. Joining her in discussion will be Chair of the Esperantic Studies Foundation Humphrey Tonkin and Esperanto translator Sebastian Schulman.

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