Akademio de Esperanto

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The Akademio de Esperanto (AdE; English: Academy of Esperanto) is an independent body of language scholars who steward the evolution of the language Esperanto by keeping it consistent with Fundamento de Esperanto in accordance with the Declaration of Boulogne.wikipedia
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The Akademio de Esperanto (AdE; English: Academy of Esperanto) is an independent body of language scholars who steward the evolution of the language Esperanto by keeping it consistent with Fundamento de Esperanto in accordance with the Declaration of Boulogne.
Another is that the Esperanto movement is exclusively a linguistic movement and that no further meaning can ever be ascribed to it. Zamenhof also proposed to the first congress that an independent body of linguistic scholars should steward the future evolution of Esperanto, foreshadowing the founding of the Akademio de Esperanto, in part modeled after the Académie française, which was established soon thereafter.

Rüdiger Eichholz

Former members have included Gaston Waringhien, Rüdiger Eichholz, Jorge Camacho, Victor Sadler, Michel Duc-Goninaz, and William Auld (president, 1979–1983).
Rüdiger Eichholz (May 1, 1922 in Stralsund, Germany – September 5, 2000 in Cobourg, Ontario), was a Canadian physicist and Esperantist and a member of the Esperanto Academy.

William Auld

Former members have included Gaston Waringhien, Rüdiger Eichholz, Jorge Camacho, Victor Sadler, Michel Duc-Goninaz, and William Auld (president, 1979–1983).
He was Vice President of the Universal Esperanto Association (1977–1980), President of the Academy of Esperanto (1979–1983), and President of the Esperanto PEN Centre (1999–2005).

Jorge Camacho (writer)

Jorge Camacho
Former members have included Gaston Waringhien, Rüdiger Eichholz, Jorge Camacho, Victor Sadler, Michel Duc-Goninaz, and William Auld (president, 1979–1983).
Camacho was elected to the Academy of Esperanto in 1992, but on 15 August 2001 he announced his resignation due to disappointment with the Esperanto movement.

Gaston Waringhien

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Former members have included Gaston Waringhien, Rüdiger Eichholz, Jorge Camacho, Victor Sadler, Michel Duc-Goninaz, and William Auld (president, 1979–1983).
He was chairman of the Akademio de Esperanto.

Probal Dasgupta

Probal Dasgupta (president)
Dasgupta has been a member of the Akademio de Esperanto since 1983.

Universal Esperanto Association

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It is funded by a subsidy from the Universal Esperanto Association and by donations.
One year later, at the Geneva world congress, Zamenhof created a Lingva Komitato (Language Committee, the basis of the later Akademio de Esperanto).

Fundamento de Esperanto

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The Akademio de Esperanto (AdE; English: Academy of Esperanto) is an independent body of language scholars who steward the evolution of the language Esperanto by keeping it consistent with Fundamento de Esperanto in accordance with the Declaration of Boulogne.
That authoritative institution is the Akademio de Esperanto.

Carlo Minnaja

Carlo Minnaja
Carlo Minnaja worked on a vocabulary of Esperanto, and is a member of the Akademio de Esperanto.

Jouko Lindstedt

Jouko Lindstedt
Lindstedt is a member of the Academy of Esperanto and was even nominated as the Esperantist of the Year in 2000 (with Hans Bakker and Mauro La Torre ), nominated by The Wave of Esperanto.

Boris Kolker

Boris Kolker
Kolker is a member of the Academy of Esperanto, an honorary member of the World Esperanto Association (Universala Esperanto Asocio), and an associate editor of the monthly magazine Monato.

Victor Sadler

Former members have included Gaston Waringhien, Rüdiger Eichholz, Jorge Camacho, Victor Sadler, Michel Duc-Goninaz, and William Auld (president, 1979–1983).
Sadler also served as a member of the Esperanto Academy, the organization which groups the most prominent Esperanto linguists and cares after the evolution of the language.

Baldur Ragnarsson

Baldur Ragnarsson
A Member of the Esperanto Academy since 1979, he was editor of the journal Norda Prismo from 1958 to 1974.

Anna Löwenstein

Anna Löwenstein
She is well known as a journalist, teacher and activist in the Esperanto movement, and has been a member of the Academy of Esperanto since 2001.

Bertilo Wennergren

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Bertilo Wennergren
Having spoken Esperanto since 1980, he became a member of the Esperanto Academy in 2001 and holds the post of director of the Academy's General Dictionary section.

John C. Wells

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John C. Wells
He has previously been the president of the Esperanto Association of Britain and of the Esperanto Academy.

English language

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The Akademio de Esperanto (AdE; English: Academy of Esperanto) is an independent body of language scholars who steward the evolution of the language Esperanto by keeping it consistent with Fundamento de Esperanto in accordance with the Declaration of Boulogne.

Declaration of Boulogne

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The Akademio de Esperanto (AdE; English: Academy of Esperanto) is an independent body of language scholars who steward the evolution of the language Esperanto by keeping it consistent with Fundamento de Esperanto in accordance with the Declaration of Boulogne.

Académie française

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Modeled somewhat after the Académie française, the Akademio was proposed by L. L. Zamenhof, the creator of Esperanto, at the first World Esperanto Congress, and was founded soon thereafter under the name Lingva Komitato (Language Committee).

L. L. Zamenhof

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Modeled somewhat after the Académie française, the Akademio was proposed by L. L. Zamenhof, the creator of Esperanto, at the first World Esperanto Congress, and was founded soon thereafter under the name Lingva Komitato (Language Committee).

World Esperanto Congress

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Modeled somewhat after the Académie française, the Akademio was proposed by L. L. Zamenhof, the creator of Esperanto, at the first World Esperanto Congress, and was founded soon thereafter under the name Lingva Komitato (Language Committee).

Michel Duc-Goninaz

Former members have included Gaston Waringhien, Rüdiger Eichholz, Jorge Camacho, Victor Sadler, Michel Duc-Goninaz, and William Auld (president, 1979–1983).