This valuable book, which tells the stories of well-known Croatians abroad, was presented by Boris Brkić, Mate Grbavac and the author.
The work of the School was showcased by Lidija Cvikić, one of our leading experts in the field of teaching Croatian as a foreign language, Igor Matijašić, the leading writer on this project, Marina Aničić Spremo, the author of the short documentary Spomenak, and Lada Kanajet Šimić, the head of the Little School.
The CHF Department of Culture is launching a new project – to create a central database on all Croatian folklore and tamburitza ensembles and klapa a cappella vocal bands in the Croatian emigrant communities and minority communities in neighbouring countries. This database will be permanently accessible on the Croatian Heritage Foundation Internet portal, and, when…
On hand for the ceremony in Skopje were Croatian ambassador to Macedonia Danijela Barišić, CHF general secretary Diana Mašala Perković and Božidar Brezinščak Bagola, a member of the Croatian Writers’ Association and the head of its commission on international literary.
On hand to discuss the book were the director of the Libraries of Dubrovnik Vesna Čučić, researcher Vesna Miović and the book’s editor Zrinka Podhraški Čizmek.
Jozo Župić’s The Apostolic Work of Croatian Nuns Abroad is focused on the migrant worker experiences of nuns from twenty conventual communities in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and has been printed following three years of serial publication in the CHF’s Matica magazine.
In the latest issue read all about the anniversary of Operation Maslenica, the President’s visit to the Croatians of Bosnia-Herzegovina, the first session of the 2nd convening of the advisory body on Croatians abroad, the 2018 Winter School of Croatian Folklore and much, much more.
The directory is published by the Croatian pastoral office in Germany’s Frankfurt.
The latest edition of the CHF yearbook was presented by director Mijo Marić, Božo Skoko, Marijeta Rajković Iveta and the Almanac’s editor Vesna Kukavica.
The event was hosted by the Maritime Museum in Split and the Split branch office of the Croatian Heritage Foundation.