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So why are there so many Basque restaurants in the American...

Tasting Table has published an interesting article covering the reasons which explain the important presence of Basque cuisine in the US

Soule, the history of a territory of free people on “Txirrita”...

Castillo de Maule en Xiberua
"Txirrita" on France 3 covers Basque topics, and has dedicated an episode to explaining the history of Soule

July 14: the French Revolution and the Basques: the deportation of...

Un episodio lamentable de la Revolución Francesa: la deportación de labortanos en 1794 Jean Claude Larronde
An article by Basque historian Jean-Claude Larronde about an event that shows the terrible impact of the French Revolution on Basque society

Basque Chronicles: The Gate of the Judgment in Tudela: check out...

Puerta del Juicio  Catedral de Tudela representando su aspecto original
An app and a website allow us to see what the Door of the Judgment at Tudela Cathedral would have looked lik 800 years ago

“La ruta del Sain”: a historical novel about the journey of...

La ruta del sain. Novela histórica sobre balleneros vascos escrita por Alvaro Amieiro Fonseca
When we found out Vitoria-born Alvaro Amieiro Fonseca had written «La ruta del Sain», a historical novel recreating the epic journal of the Basque...

The Free School of Basque Thought at the UNLP in Argentina...

Jornadas sobre cooperativismo vasco organizadas por el Instituto de Estudios Cooperativos de la Facultad y la Cátedra Libre de Pensamiento Vasco
The National University of La Plata (UNLP) is a public university in Argentina, considered one of the two leading institutions of higher learning in the...

Mikel Ezkerro: the Patriot, the Sower, and the Living Memory of...

foto Mikel Ezkerro - Emilia Bastida
It was recently his birthday, so we wanted to write an entry on Mikel Ezkerro, an important figure in Basque culture in Argentina and...

Guillermo Zubiaga: The Connection between ‘Joanes or the Basque Whaler’ and...

imagen de «Joanes the basque wahler» de Guillermo Zubiaga
  A few days ago, we were saddened to report on the passing of Selma Huxley, the researcher who made the world aware of the...

From Canada: footprints of the Jewish presence in the Basque Country

El cementerio judío de Bayona, Francia, alberga 3.000 tumbas sobre el suelo. (Foto de Ron Csillag)
The website of the Jewish weekly Canadian Jewish News (with a run of 32,000 copies) has just published an article by Ron Csillag discussing the presence of...

A trip through the Italian peninsula by Navarrese rabbi and traveler...

Grabado que representa a Benjamin de Tudela
  This article was translated by John R. Bopp The website Italia Mediavale has just published an article on the launch of Peter Hubscher’s new book Beniamino...