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Anita and Josipa Batistić, whose roots are on the Croatian island of Korčula, are members of the Radić Brothers ethnic Croatian club in Sydney, where they gathered essential items before transporting them to Malua Bay, also home to an ethnic Croatian community.
The name Stribor for the star around which the exoplanet Veles orbits was proposed by Biserka Gržeta, a researcher with a long career at the Ruđer Bošković Institute. And while invisible to the naked eye, researchers believe that “our” Veles is by no means a small or uninteresting planet.
Vladimir Bubrin and Vinko Grubišić are the editors of the Journal of Croatian Studies, the English language annual publication of the Croatian Academy of America covering topics in the domain of the humanities and societal issues. The journal was launched in 1960 by Croatian intellectual émigrés in the United States of America.
Ten days of learning, socialising, entertainment, songs and dance at the CHF School in Koprivnica drew participants from across our beautiful homeland and from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Slovakia, the Vojvodina region in Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Hungary, Montenegro and Argentina.
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The digitalisation project was presented by Katarina Čeliković and Josip Bako of the Institute for the Culture of Vojvodina Croatians, and Vlatka Lemić, the head of the ICARUS Croatia association.
The panel discussion featured Tado Jurić (Catholic University of Croatia), Karolina Novinščak Kölker (University of Regensburg), Stjepan Šterc (University of Zagreb, Centre for Croatian Studies), Caroline Hornstein Tomić (Ivo Pilar Institute of Social Sciences), Jasna Čapo (Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research), and Josip Jurčević (University of Zagreb, Centre for Croatian Studies). The event also featured Tado Jurić’s concise exhibition of materials related to Croatian guest workers in Germany.
The first countrywide gathering of Brazilians of Croatian ancestry was staged at the Croatia Sacra Paulistana centre in São Paulo, gathering over a hundred people from the Brazilian federal states of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Parana, Santa Catarina, and Rio Grande do Sul
Twenty-three projects have been funded through this programme package from all areas of research and each of the projects has a co-head from the ranks of researchers in the diaspora communities. The projects are all already underway and are expected to produce excellent results over the three-year project period. The event saw the project heads stage brief presentations.