The Croatian Emigrant Almanac is a multi-purpose serial publication, available in printed and electronic form that analytically follows the social and cultural activities of the Croatian nation in the Homeland and the Emigration. With this demanding series of publications the Croatian Heritage Foundation endeavors to first and foremost encourage cultural exchange between the Croatian emigration and the Homeland. The decision of the Croatian Emigrant Almanac’s publisher to print the Almanac in a trilingual form (Croatian, English and Spanish) is, therefore, understandable in order to bridge the language barrier and thereby be accessible to people of Croatian extraction from fifty countries across the globe that no longer use the Croatian language but rather that of their domicile country.

Editor

HRVATSKA MATICA ISELJENIKA
CROATIAN HERITAGE FOUNDATION

Trg Stjepana Radića 3
10 000 ZAGREB
HRVATSKA / CROATIA

tel: (+385 1) 61 15 116
fax: (+385 1) 61 11 522

Editor in Chief:

Vesna Kukavica, prof.
E-mail: vesna@matis.hr

Web site: www.matis.hr

THE CROATIAN EMIGRANT ALMANAC 2019

 

CONTENTS

 

SIGNS OF THE TIMES

Božo Skoko: The Developmental Paradigm of an Innovative Croatia

Vesna Kukavica: The Fruits of Homeland and Diaspora Integration Processes

Tado Jurić: Recent Croatian Emigration to Germany: The Characteristics and Motives

Tuga Tarle: The Ethical Issues in the Mass Exodus out of Croatia

 

CROATIAN PHILOLOGICAL HORIZONS

Željko Jozić: The Institute of Croatian Language and Linguistics in the Classic and Web Environments

Milan Puh: Learning Croatian in Brazil

Vladan Čutura: Croatian at the Academic Level in Austria’s Burgenland

Ivana Čagalj, Aleksandra Ščukanec, Anita Skelin Horvat: The Sociolinguistics of the Croatian Diaspora in Slovakia

Petar Hategan, Sanda Lucija Udier: Bilingual Education among Romanian Croatians

Stjepan Blažetin: Hungarian Croatian Prose, Stage Plays and Literature for Children

Jelena Šesnić: Croatian American Writing in the Global Context 

Irena Stanić Rašin: A Decade of the Croatian School of Boston

 

BRIDGES

Walter F. Lalich: Modern Croatian Expatriates in Australia: Departure and Return

Marijeta Rajković Iveta: Boka Kotorska: Shifting Polities, Migration and the Disappearing Croatian Identity

Dubravko Barač: Relishing Hrvoje Fabek’s Food Science in Ontario

Dubravko Barač: Nikola Demarin – A Leading Promoter of Croatian Culture in Canada

Sanja Vulić: Silver Jubilee of the Pannonian Institute of Pinkovac

Snježana Herek: A Croatian Aristocrat and Musician in Vienna

 

HERITAGE

Mirjana Piskulić: The Croatian Fraternal Union’s Cultural Federation in the Homeland

Mirjana Piskulić: Diaspora Culture Association Tours in Our Beautiful Homeland

 

A HISTORY

Ivica Miškulin: The Croatian Democratic Union’s Introduction to Australia on the Eve of the Fall of the Berlin Wall

Kristijan Lončarić: American Croatian Attitudes Towards Social and Political Events in Yugoslavia from 1945 to 1990

Branka Bezić Filipović: Bokelj Croats Around the World

Ivan Čizmić: Croatian American Contributions to Creating the State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs in 1918

Gojko Borić: German Echoes Of The Struggle For The Recognition Of The Croatian Language

 

SPIRITUALITY

Danijel Labaš: Frankfurt’s Živa zajednica: from Print to Internet

Inoslav Bešker: An Ecumenical Glossary for Easter

 

SCIENCE

Tanja Rudež: Swedish Roboticist Danica Kragić

Tanja Rudež: The Green Chemistry of Montreal’s Tomislav Friscic

 

NEW BOOKS

Igor Marko Gligorić: A New Textbook for Teaching Croatia Abroad

Ivo Banac: A Croatian Conspiracy of Silence

Ivo Lučić: Thirty Years of the Mediterranean Breviary

Marko Samardžija: Živko Mandić’s Philological Gem from Santovo

 

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