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(E,S) Studia Croatica Two new books on the Web
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  06/21/2004 | Culture And Arts | Unrated
(E,S) Studia Croatica Two new books on the Web


Studia Croatica - New material on our Web site

Two Books

Promotion of the book by Karlo Mirth: "Zivot u Emigraciji", in New York and Zagreb: See the Report in Croatian herewww.studiacroatica.com/jcs/promotion.htm 

Promoción del libro de Cristian Sprljan: "Historia de la Inmigración Croata en Córdoba": Ver el informe en español aquíwww.studiacroatica.com/sprljan/promo 

From the collection of the Journal of Croatian Studies (in English)

The Secular Aspect of the Croatian Vernacular in the Period of Late Medieval Humanism, by Olga Nedeljkovic, Journal of Croatian Studies, XXVIII-XXIX, 1987-88www.studiacroatica.com/jcs/28/2801.htm 

The Principality of Poljica - From its Mediaeval Inception to Its Fall in 1807, by Edo Pivcevic, Journal of Croatian Studies, XXVIII-XXIX, 1987-88 www.studiacroatica.com/jcs/28/2804.htm

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Fraternity Saint Jerome for the Help of Croatian Refugees

Third of four parts:
BRATOVŠTINA SVETOG JERONIMA ZA POMOC HRVATSKIM IZBJEGLICAMA, by Andrija Lukinovic, Zagreb, in Papinski Hrvatski Zavod Svetog Jeronima (ed.) Jure Bogdan, Rome, 2001. (in Croatian). Is the third part of the chapter The Fraternity Saint Jerome for the Help of Croatian Refugees. This is an important documental source on Croatian emigration after WW II, many of which went later to Argentina. It is a subject which surfaces every so often in the media, usually with negative overtones. http://www.studiacroatica.com/jero/luki3.htm
Parts one and two are at: http://www.studiacroatica.com/jero/luki1.htm  andhttp://www.studiacroatica.com/jero/luki2.htm


Croatian Surnames in Argentina and Chile: 14000

We have posted at www.studiacroatica.com/ape4/ape.htm  Version 4 of our work on Croatian last names in Argentina and Chile. There are 14000 Croatian surnames or surnames found in Croacia with their frequencies. Besides Argentina and Chile, we have partial information on Bolivia, Perú, Uruguay and Venezuela.

In the case of Argentina there are 123000 Argentinian citizens born until 1981. Projecting it to 2004, there are some 180000 persons bearing a Croatian surname in Argentina. This number does not include people of Croatian descent not having a Croatian last name.

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This Bulletin is published by the journal Studia Croatica - Institute for Croatian Culture. The journal is published in Buenos Aires since 1960 - The Bulletin is distributed in two versions, Spanish and English, to some 3000 email addresses in 30 countries and is re-transmited to several thousands more. Please provide us with email addresses of people that might be interested in receiving this Bulletin and tell us if you do not want to receive more this kind of material. Studia Croatica is on the Web since 1996, -where it has some 18000 pages in Spanish, French, English and Croatian. It receives some 140000 hits per month. www.studiacroatica.com  - joza@velocom.com.ar .

 

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