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The Jesuits in Boston and the defense of the interests of...

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A Sketch Of St. Ignatius Church, Chestnut Hill C. 1949. Pilot Photo:Courtesy Archdiocesan Archives
Today, July 31, the day of St. Ignatius of Loyola, one of the most influential Basques in History, The Boston Pilot has published an op-ed piece...

The misinformation of the President of Argentina, and the reaction of...

Alberto Fernandez ,presidente de Argentina, habla sobre la Comunidad Autónoma de País Vasco y la Covid-19
Yesterday, the President of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, surprised us (and everyone) when using the Basque Health System as a comparison to Argentina's in its...

Basque classes in Villa María, Argentina: “Basque opens up a whole...

Every time we get some news from our compatriots in South America, we're always happy.  We always get the impression that the media doesn't...

Basque Chronicles: Merchants and Administrators: the role of the Basques in...

Vista de Lima a Finales del siglo XVIII
We've often spoken here on the blog about the role the Basques played in colonial Latin America.  In the more than three centuries separating...

Denak Bat of Cañuelas. 60 in red, green, white, … and...

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Centro Danak Bat Cañuelas
Sixty years ago, in July of 1955, the Basque Center of Cañuelas, in Buenos Aires province, was founded.  And we wanted to join in...

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...

Buenos Aires, 1921: when the ikurriña became the Basque flag

Ikurriña y bandera de Argentina portada del boletín de abril de 1921 del Laurak Bat de Buenos Aires
Today we wanted to bring you an article in the Basque newspaper Deia.  Now we know we have the rule to not reference any media...

Manuel de Ynchausti, the Philippine-born Basque patriot we need to know

Manuel Ynchausti with Lehendakari Agirre at Mr. Ynchausti’s home in White Plains, New York, November 1942. Photo: Ynchausti Foundation Archives.
Jean-Claude Larronde studied at the Instituto of Political Studies and the School of Law in Bordeaux.  In 1972, the defended his doctoral thesis on...

Two major donations to the Basque Diaspora Archives: the family archives...

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Andres de Irujo y  Manuel de Ynchausti
Yesterday, on the International Day of Archives, the Basque Government announced a major donation of two family archives of extraordinary importance to the Basque Historical...

Amaia Gabantxo. Video-Poems by Basque Poets Translated into English (5, 6,...

#BasqueVideoPoems tercera entrega. Amaia Gabantxo
With this third entry in this series, we bring you the videos that complete the artistic project Amaia Gabantxo has been bringing us, titled...

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