The trajectory of the Esperanto movement in revolutionary Russia constitutes a highly compelling theme from a historical, socio-cultural, and anthropological-sociolinguistic point of view, intertwined with far-reaching issues pervading the Eurasian continent in an era of expanding communication and advancing globalisation.

Esperanto and Languages of Internationalism in Revolutionary Russia

Selvelli, G
2022-01-01

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The trajectory of the Esperanto movement in revolutionary Russia constitutes a highly compelling theme from a historical, socio-cultural, and anthropological-sociolinguistic point of view, intertwined with far-reaching issues pervading the Eurasian continent in an era of expanding communication and advancing globalisation.
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