Predrag Finci
Predrag Finci (born 5 August 1946 in Sarajevo) is a philosopher, author, and essayist. His work is best known for its combination of erudition, philosophical and aesthetical insights, and personal exp...
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Julije Bajamonti
Julije (Julio) Bajamonti (Italian: Giulio Bajamonti; 4 August 1744 – 12 November 1800) was a medical historian, writer, translator, encyclopedist, historian, philosopher, and musician from the c...
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Tomislav Ladan
Tomislav Ladan (25 June 1932 – 12 September 2008, Zagreb, Croatia) was a Croatian essayist, critic, translator and novelist.Ladan was born in Ivanjica, Serbia, and spent his formative years in h...
Mavro Orbin
Mavro Orbini (1563–1614) was a Ragusan chronicler, notable for his work The Realm of the Slavs (1601) which influenced Slavic ideology and historiography in the later centuries.
Orbini was born in...
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Grga Novak
Grga Novak (1888–1978) was a distinguished Croatian historian, archaeologist and geographer, President of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts from 1958 to 1978. Born on the island of Hvar, he wa...
Thomas the Archdeacon
Thomas of Split (Latin: Thomas Spalatensis), more commonly known as Thomas the Archdeacon (Thomas Archidiaconus; Italian: Tommaso Arcidiacono; Croatian: Toma Arhiđakon; c. 1200 – 8 May 126...
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Žarko Puhovski
Žarko Puhovski (15 December 1946 in Zagreb) is a Croatian professor, political analyst, philosopher and intellectual, former president of the Croatian Helsinki Committee.
Puhovski was born in Zagr...
Miroslav Krleža
Miroslav Krleža ([mǐrɔ̝slav̞ kř̩le̞ʒa]; 7 July 1893 – 29 December 1981) was a leading Croatian writer and a prominent figure in cultural life of both Yugoslav states, the Kingdom (1918–1941) and the S...
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Friedrich Salomon Krauss
Friedrich Salomon Krauss (October 7, 1859, Požega, Kingdom of Hungary – May 29, 1938, Vienna) was an Croatian Austrian Jewish sexologist, ethnographer, folklorist, and Slavist.In 1877–78 Krauss ...
Drago Hedl
Drago Hedl (born 1950) is a Croatian investigative journalist.Drago Hedl was born in Osijek. He graduated in literature in Zagreb University, and became a professional journalist in 1980. Hedl is now ...
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Miljenko Smoje
Miljenko Smoje (February 14, 1923 - October 25, 1995) was a Croatian writer and journalist.Smoje was born in Split, at the time in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, in a family of poor labourers. The neighbo...
Ivan Lovrić
Ivan Lovrić (also Giovanni Lovrich; born ca.1756–77) was a writer, ethnographer, and medical student from the Republic of Venice, best known for his work Observations on 'Travels in Dalmatia' of Abbot...
Ivan Aralica
Ivan Aralica (born September 10, 1930) is a Croatian novelist and essayist.Born in Promina near Knin, and having finished pedagogical school and Philosophical Faculty at the University of Zadar, Arali...
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Johannes Lucius
Johannes Lucius (Croatian: Ivan Lučić; Italian: Giovanni Lucio; September, 1604 – January 11, 1679) was a Venetian Dalmatian historian, whose greatest work is De regno Dalmatiae et Croati...
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Mijat Stojanović
Mijat Stojanović (26 September 1818 – 18 September 1881) was a Croatian educator, ethnographer and folk writer.Mijat Stojanović was born in Babina Greda, a municipality in the Vukovar-Srijem County in...
Bartol Gyurgieuvits
Bartol Gyurgieuvits (also Bartol Jurjevic or Gjurgjevic) (1506–1566) was a Croatian musicologist and lexicographer born in Turopolje near Zagreb.
Gyurgieuvits was captured by the Ottomans in the ...
Zvonimir Berković
Zvonimir Berković (1 August 1928 – 9 June 2009) was a Croatian film director and screenwriter.Berković had studied film directing at the Zagreb Academy of Drama Arts. His screenwriting career began in...
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Jerolim Miše
Jerolim Miše (1890–1970), was a Croatian painter, teacher, and art critic. He painted portraits, still lifes and landscapes of his native Dalmatia. A member of the Group of Three, Group of Four, and t...