The Mirjana Gross Prize for best book at this year’s Kliofest was presented to Robert Skenderović PhD for his monograph on the History of the Danube Region Croatians, published by the Institute for the Culture of Vojvodina Croatians and the Croatian Institute of History.Details
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 KnezovićDetails
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 OmišDetails
The CHF was the venue of a presentation of this exceptional publishing venture of the Croatian pastoral office in Germany’s FrankfurtDetails
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.
The exhibition was opened by Caroline Spivak, the founder of the Croatian Women’s Network, and showcases the amazing work of artists Iva Batistić, Ivana Tkalčić (winner of the 2018 Croatian Women of Influence Award) and Nada Franka ČakarDetails
This is an on-line course teaching Croatian as a second and foreign language that emerged from a collaborative effort by the Croatian Heritage Foundation, the University of Zagreb, and the University of Zagreb’s SRCE University Computing Centre, with the support of the Croatian Ministry of Science and Education.