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Papers of the International Association of Hyperpolyglots

Occasional working papers produced by members of HYPIA

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member publications

Lindsay Shorten: Language learning for busy bees

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The Intense Life Of Hyperpolyglot, Jared Gimbel

Jared Gimbel, hyperpolyglot, online teacher, video game designer, is a man with many hats in a large number of arenas.


You can discover more about him in this complete interview for the Trylingual blog here.

Talking about Talking: Interview with Matias Barmat

Talking about Talking: Interview with Matias Barmat, Director of Recruitment for HYPIA, courtesy from

Pai Language Learning, the data-driven approach to language learning.

Read the complete interview here.


"He Was Critically Ill in ICE Detention. A Translator May Have Saved His Life." Article on the humanitarian work of Ariel Koren at Respond Crisis Translation


Reale, Cesco. (2011). Rapporti tra lingue e matematica: esperanto e oltre. Pianetta Gallileo.

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Primario Basico del Taino-Borikenaiki HYPIA member Javier A. Hernandez writes a reconstruction of the ancestral language of Puerto Rico's Boriken people. Working towards the preservation of his national heritage, Mr. Hernandez has prepared this linguistic guide for a general audience (Spanish).

Judeo-Spanish: A Vital Living Language

Syllabus: Vol 6, Issue 1

HYPIA member Carlos Yebra Lopez publishes a peer-reviewed work on the Judeo-Spanish language in Syllabus.