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» Miro Gavran's play 'All About Women' will be premiered in New York on February 17
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 01/26/2012 | Croatian Language , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Dear Friends! If you happen to be in New York on 17th February, I would love to see you at my premiere.  I am forwarding more detailed information on the play from the Presscut Agency. With good wishes, Sincerely, Miro Gavran. PS The play is premiered by STOREFRONT PRODUCTION at the Gallery MC in the West End.The play 'All About Women' is set in contemporary Zagreb, Croatia and portrays fifteen female characters of all ag
» Georges d'Esclavonie Croatian professor at Sorbonne in Paris and French spiritual writer around 1400
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 12/12/2011 | Croatian Language , People , History , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Georgius de Sclavonia or Georges d'Esclavonie wrote his book Le chasteau de viriginte in 1411. With this article we mark 600 years since its appearance in France, at the Beaument Benedictine Abbey in the city of Tours. This Croatian scholar studied at the famous Sorbonne in Paris, where he became professor at the beginning of the 15 century. The Municiapl Library of Tours keeps his texts written in the Croatian Glagolitic Script (see on the
» Argentinean Croats presented on YouTube by Studia Croatica
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 11/25/2011 | Music , Croatian Language , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Joza Vrljičak, indefatiguable director of Studia Croatica society in Buenos Aires, sent us a set of 39 videos describing rich cultural activities of Argentinean Croats. On the photo the logo of Jorgovan,  which is one of very active and successful Croatian cultural societies in Argentina. We also provide a few recepies of Croatian sweets that are popular in Argentina, hoping that they could be useful for your family for the celebration of t
» Incorporating the Diaspora in Contemporary Croatian Studies @ The Harriman Institute
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 10/22/2011 | Croatian Language , Science , Ideas , Events , Education , Culture And Arts , Community | Unrated
This series of short presentations will introduce the exciting and dynamic developments at the University of Rijeka’s new campus, as well as outline the university’s goals for expanding international cooperation, exchange, and Croatian language education. There will also be a focus on how to strengthen cooperation and exchange between the University of Rijeka and Croatian émigré communities in the United States, including
» Suncica - Sunny, Way of the Cross of Croatian women and children in Serbian concentration camps 1991-1995
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 09/20/2011 | Bilingual , Croatian Heroes , Croatian Language , Human Rights , Education | Unrated
Sunčica - Sunny was only eight months old when she was taken prisoner with her mother in Vukovar 1991. Twenty years later, Sunny is a grown girl and knows what was done to her and her mother. Croatia is interwoven with the strength of countless Sunnies. Sunčica - Sunny is the title of a bilingual Croatian-English book written against the crime of silence and suppression still being commited against her and her mother today. The book was pub
» Epidaurus Festival in Croatia for littlest residents of Dubrovnik region in Pridvorje 16 Sep 2011 at 8pm
The most precious things begin and end at home; all else is secondary. Ježurka Ježić, the popular character from Branko Ćopić's “Ježeva kućica” (The Hedgehog's Home), understood this.  So shall we, and our children; I'm not afraid for the children - they will understand if they have a chance. A beautiful interpretation of this timeless text takes the form of a musical in the enchanted surroundings of Konavle's Pridvorje on Frida
» Nenad Hancic created a new high quality Croatian Glagolitic font for Windows
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 08/28/2011 | Croatian Language , Science , People , News , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Nenad Hančić from Germany, Duesseldorff, created a new Croatian Glagolitic font for Windows. The lower case letters of the font “Glagolica Missal DPG” are oriented on the “Missal from 1483”, the first Croatian printed book (incunabulum), while the capital letters are oriented on those of “Transit of St. Jerome”, a book printed in Croatian Glagolitic characters in the town of Senj in 1508. We owe our
» University School of Croatian Language and Culture
Submitted By Lidija Cvikić | Published 08/16/2011 | Croatian Language , Education | Unrated
The University School of Croatian Language and Culture offers an intensive course of the Croatian language. The School is offered to persons of Croatian background, e.g. heritage Croatian speakers, as well as to any student who want to learn (more) about the Croatian language and culture. In addition to the academic programme, students visit museums, galleries, theatre productions, see the sights of Zagreb, take a study trips, etc. T
» Carmen Verlichak Vrljičak: Hrvati u Argentini - Croatians in Argentina
Carmen Verlichak is distiguished Croatian writer living in Buenos Aires, Argentina, born in Madrid, Spain, expert in the history of Croatians in South America. In 2011 her publishing house Krivodol Press seated in Buenos Aires, and named after a small Croatian village of Krivodol from which her predecessors arrive, issued an extremely interesting book Hrvati u Argentina (Croatians in Argentina), in Croatian langauge. It is closely related t


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