Dr. Ante Čuvalo, Chicago


Ante Cuvalo came to the United States in the 1960s. He received a bachelor's degree in philosophy from St. Francis College, Burlington, Wisconsin; a master's degree in history from John Carroll University, Cleveland, Ohio, and a doctorate in history from the Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

He is presently teaching at Joliet Jr. College, Joliet, Illinois. He has written many articles dealing with Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and the former Yugoslavia. He is the author of The Croatian National Movement 1966-1972 (1990), and co-author and editor of Croatian and the Croatians (1991).

His Historical Dictionary of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1997) was selected by Choice magazine as an Outstanding Academic Book of 1998. His latest book is Removing the Mask - Letters and Statements Concerning Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina 1989-2000 (2000). Presently, he is doing research on the history of Croatians in Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana.

He is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies (AAASS), vice president of the Croatian Academy of America (CAA), and president of the Association for Croatian Studies (ACS). Source: Adam Eterovic.


Selected articles by or related to Ante Chuvalo:

Stjepan Radić: his life, his party, his politics

Historical Dictionary of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Osnutak Hrvatskog Kluba "Ban Jelačić" u San Franciscu (1908)

Josip Turkalj 1924-2007, a renowned Croatian American artist, died

Helen Crlenkovich renowned American springboard diver, in Croatian and English

Croatian Heroes: Vinko Gecan USA, in Croatian and English

Koncert Katarine Livljanić u Chicagu; Judita - biblijska priča iz renesansne Hrvatske



Croatia - its History, Culture and Science