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We’ve heard of members of our community achieving distinction in the arts, such as Tony Award nominee David Pittu on the Broadway stage.  We learned …

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Update on the Vlachs: A Visit to Uma

 It is twenty years since I published The Vlachs. When I did so Yugoslavia was still an entity, Albania a closed book, and the Iron Curtain …

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Creating a Virtual Museum and Cultural Center: kythera-family.net

www.kythera-family.net Imagine if a huge museum and cultural centre for the Aromanians were to be built, with room for thousands of heritage documents from Vlachs living …

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An Istrian in New York

The moment I saw the familiar sadness in my mother’s eyes as she looked out over the land she helped her grandfather farm, my experience …

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Community News

We are pleased to welcome the following new members: Elena Profesta Brooklyn, NY Christie Vieira Trumbull, CT An interesting article “In search of my other …

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Vlach Women and Modernization: A Footnote to Progress

Editor’s note: This article is adapted from a paper that was written almost 20 years ago in graduate school and neither intended for publication nor …

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Aromanians in Greece: Minority or Vlach-speaking Greeks?

Abstract At the latest since the existence of the so-called “Aromanian question” are the Aromanians split into different factions concerning their identity, i.e. those who …

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Vlachs

We are pleased to welcome the following new members: Corneliu Mihalexe Warren, MI Horea Hristu Bridgeport, CT We were saddened to learn of the recent …

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Vlachs

*This article was first published in Mediterranean Quarterly, Vol. 15, No. 4, and is reprinted here by kind permission of the author and Duke University …

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The Vlachs of Greece and their Misunderstood History

Abstract The Vlachs speak a language that evolved from Latin. It was transmitted by Romans to many peoples and was used as an international language …

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Community News

We are pleased to welcome the following new members: Nitsa Perkins-Bailey Marshfield, MA Jonathan Forsythe No.Smithfield, RI Cornel Todeasa Monroe, CT Tom Cheamitru Gambrills, MD …

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Past Presidents at the Centennial Celebration

Past Presidents of the Society being honored at our Centennial: from left, Bill Balamaci, Nick Fatse, Dina Vanghele, Bob Nicola, Andrea Colimitra, George Fatsy, & …

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The Vlachs: Metropolis and Diaspora

(Editor’s note: Asterios Koukoudis is the author of a recently published four-volume masterwork about the Aromanians: Thessaloniki and the Vlachs, The Vlachs of Olympus and the …

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Greek Committee of the European Bureau for Lesser Used Languages

PO BOX 100, 59200 NAOUSA – GREECE TEL. ++.3850.22570, E-mail: greblul@otenet.gr INFORMATION BULLETIN, OCTOBER 2002, NUMBER 1 PRESS RELEASE On 26 January 2002 a meeting was …

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Nationalism vs. the Vlachs

 I celebrated my sixty-fifth birthday in Sarandë, South West Albania. This is easily reached by boat from Corfu, and is a safe and pleasant place …

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Community News

We are pleased to welcome the following new members: Jennifer Turek Wallingford, CT James W. Conway Batavia, IL Atanasie Talabacu Middle Village, NY Mihai Talabacu …

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Kostas Kazazis: In Memoriam

Editor’s note: Kostas Kazazis was a good friend to the Aromanian community and language. Among his extensive writings on practically all of the Balkan languages, …

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The Vlah Minority in Macedonia: Language, Identity, Dialectology, and Standardization

The research for this article was aided by a grant for East European Studies from the American Council of Learned Societies with funding from the …

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Sam Tamposi: A Man Who Made a Difference

This article, originally entitled “Real estate gurus drew big names – Tamposi and Nash made southern tier,” is reprinted by the kind permission of the …

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Dr. Socrates J. Asteriou

Editor’s Note: Socrates Asteriou was a good friend and generous donor to the Society Farsarotul. He was very proud of his Aromanian origin and language. …

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