Tihomil Rađa – The Societal Context of Croatian Intellectual Liberal-Democratic Emigrants is a miscellany published by Zagreb’s Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies and the Croatian Heritage Foundation. The miscellany presents the lectures given at a symposium on the Life and Work of Dr Tihomil Rađa staged in Sinj in December of 2012.
In the latest issue of Matica magazine also read all about Croatia’s new prime minister and returnee from Canada Tihomir Orešković, the CHF Winter School of Folklore, the Argentinean-Croatian publishing house Studia Croatica, a Croatian music tour of the United States of America and much, much more.
Hajduk board president Marin Brbić said that the Hajduk mulberry would be planted outside of Split as a symbol of the club and that some saplings would be sent to Hajduk fans in Australia.
The Boston Croatian Community invites all interested children to enter our first Children’s Art and Literary Contest With the theme “My Family on Two Continents”. The contest is open from February 15 to April 17, 2016
Appointed to the committee are: Božo Ljubić (chair), Jaroslav Pecnik (deputy chair) and members Milijan Brkić, Željko Glasnović, Ivan Šuker, Željko Dilber, Ivan Tepeš, Ivica Mišić, Ivo Jelušić, Domagoj Hajduković and Tomislav Žagar.
The decision to appointed Primorac a Penn State ambassador was made by the university leadership. Penn State University president Eric J. Barron will present the appointment at a ceremony.
The mass was celebrated by Don Davor Lukačela the parish priest from Jimbolia (a town near Checea near Timişoara in Timiş County). Following the sermon the gathered were addressed by Croatian Ambassador Davor Vidiš.
Publisher Bata Pres of Skopje has released a Macedonian translation of Ludwig Bauer’s novel Don Juan’s Great Love and the Little Balkan War.
In the latest issue of Matica magazine also read all about the Croatian Minorities Forum at the CHF, the commemorative event for the fallen in Vukovar staged in Munich, the anniversary of the Kolovrat Croatian association of Luzern in Switzerland, the Christmas traditions in the village of Hrvatska Tišina in the Bosanska Posavina region and much, much more.
Ms Zlatar Montan, an archaeologist with roots on the island of Brač, passed away in her 89th year, on the 2nd of December, in Antofagasta where she will be buried. She worked as a researcher at the Archaeological Institute in Antofagasta (1974 to 1985). She was the author of significant books on the immigration of Croatians to the north of Chile.