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From Argentina—Basque: a language that is part of local history

Many places around the world, wherever there are Basques or friends of Basques, celebrated the International Day of the Basque Language, the Euskararen Nazioarteko Eguna,...

The Surprising Basque Festival in North American France

Saint Pierre et Miquelon
Our English-language edition editor here at About Basque Country spent a few days this past summer in Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon.  He’s written a bit of a...

The New England Basque Club is taking the Basque language to...

Clases de euskera en Harvard, organizadas por el New England Basque Club
We've blogged about the New England Basque Club on other occasions.  It's a group of Basques and friends of Basques that is active and imaginative. ...

National Geographic explores the “Basque soul” of Idaho

National Geographic vascos en Idaho PHOTOGRAPH BY SOFIA JARAMILLO, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
National Geographic has dedicated many articles to the Basques over its more than a century of publishing.  We've collected a few of them on...

Hiru Erreka, the history of a Basque Center in Argentina is...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp The Argentine daily La Voz del Pueblo, published in Tres Arroyos, has just published an article by Stella Maris Gil discussing...

Blaine County, where the Basques watched sheep and carved their story...

The Oinkari Basque dancers of Boise Express photo by Roland Lane
This article was translated by John R. Bopp In the past few days, we've found a lot of references to Basques in southern Idaho, specifically those...

Alberto Uranga: the son of Mutriku fishermen is the last Basque...

Alberto Uranga, el último pastor vasco de Sun valley
This article was translated by John R. Bopp We've blogged about Sun Valley in southern Idaho many times on the blog.  It's a place that is...

A response from Peru to the libel against the Day of...

Recibimiento al Lehendakari Aguirre en Lima durante su gira americana de 1942. FONDO EDITORIAL REVISTA OIGA
This article was translated by John R. Bopp On September 16, the Spanish dialy El Español published an article by Pedro José Chacón Delgado, professor of History of...

On the 20th, Dan Ansotegui will receive the highest award for...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp As we mentioned last July, Basque-Idahoan musician Dan Ansotegui is going to receive the 2019 National Heritage Fellowship, which is...

Amaia Gabantxo: Word Warrior

Izadora Angel y Amaia Gabantxo en una presentacion en la libreria City Lit Books de Chicago
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Amaia Gabantxo is from Bermeo (like our Basque language editor, Leire Madariaga), and really, we shouldn't have to...

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