Author: Angela Tellier
In 1930, Dr John Buchanan bequeathed £4,000 to the University of Liverpool to fund a lectureship in Esperanto. It was the first of its kind in the world, and is still in existence today. This illustrated narrative explains why Buchanan left money to universities, hospitals and other philanthropic organisations, and why, in particular, he chose to favour the University of Liverpool with such an unusual bequest. It describes the early days of Esperanto at the University, and follows the development of the John Buchanan Lectureship and Prizes from the inaugural lecture given by Professor William Collinson in 1931 to the latest planned seminars and workshops.
For more details about the book, see http://www.esperantoresearch.org.uk/.
For more details about the Buchanan Fund at the University of Liverpool, see http://www.liv.ac.uk/cultures-languages-and-area-studies/about/esperanto/.
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