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» Journal of Croatian Studies founded in New York in 1960
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 07/29/2020 | Croatian Language , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
The Journal of Croatian Studies is a scholarly publication dedicated to Croatian history and culture. It covers a broad range of fields, including history, literature, fine arts, music, philology, philosophy and political science. It also publishes documents of historical and cultural significance to Croatian Americans and their descendants. The present editors-in-chief of the Journal of Croatian Studies are VInko Grubisic and John Kral
» Studia Croatica journal founded in Buenos Aires in 1960
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 07/28/2020 | Croatian Language , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
With this article we mark 60th anniversary of Studia Croatica, founded in 1960 in Buenos Aires. The journal has been founded by Croataian emmigrants. Its editors in chief were Ivo Bogdan (1960-1971), Franjo Nevistić (1971-1984), Radovan Latković (1984-1994), Joza Vrljičak (1995 till today, 2020, on the photo). Among numerous collaborators we mention Ernest Bauer, Rafo Bogišić, Gojko Borić, Christophe Dolbeau, Jozo Klj
» Ljubo Krasic 1938-2020 Croatian Franciscan founder of Croatian Schools of America and Canada
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 07/1/2020 | Croatian Language , People , History , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Krasić's contribution to the formative period of Croatian language instruction abroad was massive and aimed at promoting our language and culture in North America. He left his homeland with a broad educational background and worked in the frame of Catholic missions in the Croatian communities on the dissemination of our language and culture in the anglophone world, all whilst discharging his complex parish duties whi
» Nasja Boskovic Meyer from St. Louis USA author of a collection of poems in Croatian
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 05/7/2020 | Croatian Language , Poetry | Unrated
Here is yet another noted book by Nasja Meyer, member of Lodge 50 from St. Louis, MO, instructor of the Croatian language, and co-author of the well-known Croatian textbook "Croatia - The Country and Language" that she wrote with her daughter, Dr. Jasna Meyer. The new book is a collection of poetry titled "Five Red Rubies" ("Pet rubina crvenih") published this summer in Croatia. The book is hard cover, printed o
» Croatian folk saga "Following the Sun" discovered on the island of Krk beginning before the Christian era
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 03/20/2020 | Croatian Language , History , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Rado Žic Mikulin and Leonard Eleršek are the authors of a monumental book Putom sunca (Following the Sun), dealing with the till now unknown saga from the island of Krk (the town of Punat) about the earliest Croatian history. It was registered by Rado Žic Mikulin from one of his grandfathers, and the saga has been passed to the present day from time immemorial. The saga starts before the Christian era, on the Tigris river. The authors
» Miro Gavran in Vienna Austria and in Vilnius Lithuania 2020
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 03/1/2020 | Croatian Language , Culture And Arts | Unrated
In March 2020, Croatian author Miro Gavran will present his drama and prosaic work in Vienna and Vilnius. His comedy The Doll will premiere at the Theatre Centre Forum in Vienna on 5th March 2020. Tihomir Glowatzky translated the work into German and the play is directed by the renowned Austrian actor Hubsi Kramar. In the main roles are: Adriana Zartl and Christian Strasser; The Doll is produced by Carmen Wenger. It's a jubilee, the 20
» Celebrating 22nd February the Day of Croatian Glagolitic Script and Glagolitism
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 02/21/2020 | Croatian Language , Science , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
On 22nd Febrary, 1483, the first Croatian printed book has appeared in the Glagolitic Script. It shows that Croatian glagolitic priests were able to adopt very early Gutenberg's technology of movable type. Only 12 copies of the books have been preserved, 5 of them kept in Croatia, and 7 scattered throughout the world: in the Russian National Library (former Russian Imperial Library) in St Petersburg, in the Austrian
» Golden formula of Croatian language "ČA - KAJ - ŠTO"
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 01/16/2020 | Croatian Language , Science , History , Education | Unrated
The golden formula of the Croatian language "ČA - KAJ - ŠTO" is a Croatian intangible cultural asset listed on the List of Intangible Cultural Property of the Republic of Croatia in November 2019. The author, Dr Drago Štambuk, is proponent and author of the concept of preservation of knowledge and practices provided by the close connection of Croatian language. We also announce the Scientific Conference on Computer Lingui
» Miro Gavran Croatian writer translated in Paris and Hong Kong 2020
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 01/11/2020 | Croatian Language , Humor And Wisdom , Entertainment , Education | Unrated
Miro Gavran is the greatest contemporary Croatian playwright, translated to as many as 40 languages worldwide. Miro Gavran: 'The Paris edition of my drama is a continuation of my rich cooperation with French translators, I had five premiers in Paris, and I also had seven books published in that extraordinary city. Regarding the Chinese publication of my comedy The Doll, I see it as a great acknowledgement to my theatr


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