From the Radaro Team
We hope that everyone is safe and enjoying the start to their week! If not, hopefully you’ll enjoy some Esperanto content this week!
News and Updates
La Internacia Reta Interfaka Simpozio
The TEJO Commission on Education, Science and Culture is organizing the International Network Interface Symposium (IRIS) from April 2 to 5, 2021. The symposium will include video lectures and podium discussions in the following fields: mathematics, physics , computer science, biology, chemistry, medicine, geosciences, engineering, psychology, education, linguistics, anthropology, sociology, history and arts. The event aims to encourage participants to reflect on what their department can gain by adding new interdisciplinary perspectives and questionnaires.
New Esperanto Book
Esperanto-France is proud to present a new book, “Stranga Malapero”!
The story takes place in Corsica, an island in the south of France. It’s the end of the school year and the students are preparing the play “La Avarulo de Moliero”. But strange things occur; some strange person appears and Karla and Enzo’s father disappears…
Interested in the book? Check out the website here: https://facilaj-rakontoj.esperanto-france.org/
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Website of the Week: Esperanto
In 12 Days
If you want to try out a course that will give you a general and brief overview of Esperanto, then try out Esperanto In 12 Days. This course provides you with important core vocabulary, texts, and audio to practice reading and listening comprehension. It’s rather straightforward to use as well since one only needs to visit the site to get started. No accounts or logging in necessary! Think of this as a quick primer to get comfortable with Esperanto before studying denser material, or simply as a refresher for more experienced Esperantists.
Donato’s Diamonds: Vikicitaro
Now the most famous people throughout history can be quoted through the Esperanto version of Wikiquotes! It’s a strange and novel feeling reading the words of historical figures in a language that had not been invented yet. It’s a neat way to see Esperanto in action so why not check it out?
Vikipedio Article of the Week
Did you know that the Roman Empire didn’t actually fall in the 5th century? No, I’m not arguing that modern Europe or America are the modern inheritors of its legacy, I mean the Byzantine (Eastern Roman) Empire! Lasting until the mid-15th century, the other half of the empire left us with an extra millenium of history to explore. Come read about it in Esperanto!
Image credit: Originally uploaded to German Wikipedia by user Bender235
Fundamento Word of the Week: Tineo
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