La obra lexicográfica fue publicada conjuntamente por el Instituto de Ciencias Sociales Ivo Pilar y por la Fundación para la Emigración Croata. La tapa es obra del renombrado pintor croata de Australia, Charles Billich.
Boris Kačan’s cover photography features the portal of the 1686 Lantana family baroque period palace on the issue’s featured island of Ugljan.
The trip to attend the Croatian Women’s Network conference in Zagreb to receive her Croatian Women of Influence award was Patricia’s first time in Croatia. Ahead of the event she and son Carlos Alberto Rojas Avila were received by state secretary Zvonko Milas.
The culture centre in Orašje is working on founding an Ivo Gregurević memorial house that would feature exhibits from the legacy of this great actor.
The virtual meetings regularly gather at least thirty women, and the circle of regular participants in the work of the newly created Australian/New Zealander network of women has recently been joined by Australian women of Croatian background now resident in Croatia and successful Croatian women now in the United Arab Emirates.
The picnic was staged on 5 September at Tower Rd. in St. Thomas, at the estate of the Franjo and Ankica Rupčić. Only 42 lodge members gathered on account of the pandemic fears.
The proceedings of the event were promoted by reviewer Jasna Horvat and the editors Josipa Mijoč, Marin Sopta and Tanja Trošelj Miočević.
The sponsors of the 23rd poetry meeting in Rešetari, gathering Croatian poets from around the world, are the culture ministry, the City of Zagreb, Brod-Posavina County, and the City of Slavonski Brod. Joining the CHF as organisers are the Rešetari municipal government and the State Office for Croats Abroad.
Communicologist Matej Škarica’s The Croats of Bosnia-Herzegovina: Heredity and Future Challenges (Concerning the Culture, History, Identity and Heritage of a Nation) has been published by Zagreb-based publishing company Alfa and reviewed by Božo Skoko and Ante Marić.
In this issue we feature a twenty-page report on the island of Šolta: a look at the history (Marina Knezović), the lime making tradition (Hrvoje Salopek), the indigenous grape and olive varieties, endemic species of flora and fauna (Darko Mihelj), people like Croatian-Canadian Dušan Bezić (Vesna Kukavica) and Eugen Buktenica, our only painter working in the naïve style from our southern region of Dalmatia.