Speaking at the round table discussing the work of Miloradić were academician Nikola Benčić and CHF deputy director Ivan Tepeš, joined by pundits Đuro Vidmarović, Sanja Vulić, Alojz Jembrih and Marin Knezović
Fifteen Croaticum course participants from the Croatian communities in South America, Australia, Hungary and Austria have already applied for CHF summer programmes.
In the latest issue read all about a conference staged by the Croatian Women’s Network, the Večernji list daily newspaper’s Domovnica Award ceremony, a retrospective exhibition in Zagreb of the work of Emanuel Vidović, the promotion of Aleksandra Ščukanec’s Narratives from a Forgotten Region and much, much more.
The first to make it this far south were the Paravić brothers and Petar Zambelić in 1878, later followed by many Croatians from the southern Croatian Dalmatia region, most hailing from Brač island and from Mimice near Omiš
One of the organisers of the televised event that drew some twelve hundred visitors to the packed sports arena was the Odžak chapter of the Napredak Croatian Culture Society
Broadcasting on the Internet kicks off on the 1st of May from the equipped studio in Schaffhausen, with the first shows already in production
The CHF was the venue of a presentation of this exceptional publishing venture of the Croatian pastoral office in Germany’s Frankfurt
Davor Solter is the first Croatian researcher to become a laureate of the Gairdner Foundation; the official award ceremony is slated for October in Toronto
An exhibition featuring the paintings of artist Friar Petar Perica Vidić opened at the CHF to mark the artist’s eightieth birthday.
Author Ščukanec presents a sociolinguistic picture derived from an analysis of the language biographies of the study respondents, framed within the broader historical and geographic context.