Kraljic – Croatian Historical Studies
John P. Kraljic
was born in New York City of Croatian parents from the area of
Rijeka. He holds a Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University
Law Center, a Bachelor’s degree from the C.W. Post Campus of
Long Island University and a Master of Arts degree in history from the
City University of New York.
is a member and an
officer of the Croatian Academy of America and member the Croatian
Studies Association. He is also a contributing editor of the Review
of Croatian History, published
by the Croatian Institute of History (Hrvatski povijesni institut).
interests include the study of the history of the region around Rijeka,
Croatian-American history, the history of the Communist movement among
Croats and the World War II era in Croatia and the former Yugoslavia.
English portion of the work by Lujo Margetić, Vinodolski
[The Vinodol Law], Rijeka-Novi Vinodolski: Skupština općina
Rijeka and others, 1989.
Early History of Vinodol and the Lord of Krk: Recent Works of Nada
Klaić and Lujo Margetić,” in Journal
of Croatian Studies, vol. 30
(1989), pp. 153-65.
Ledenice do 1871. god.” [The History of Ledenice] in Dometi
[publication of Matica Hrvatska-Rijeka], 1995, no. 1-6 (part 1), pp.
55-50, and Dometi,
1995, no. 7-12 (part 2), pp. 27-50.
From Rijeka: An Introduction to the Legal Issues Involved and the Role
of the American Consulate in Rijeka,” in Zbornik
pravnog fakulteta - Sveučilište u Rijeci
[Collected Papers of the Law College of the University of Rijeka], vol.
18, no. 2 (1997), pp. 507-51.
Perceptions of Rijeka Until the 1920s,” in Bernardin
Nikola Škrivanić i njegevo vrijeme - Zbornik radova
[Bernardin Nikola Škrivanić and His Time - A Collection of
Papers], Rijeka: Matica Hrvatska orgranak Rijeke, 1997, pp. 95-112.
A. Edison i Rijeka” [Thomas A. Edison and Rijeka],
in Sušačka revija
[Sušak Review], vol. 30-31 (2000), p. 112 (co-authored with
Genet na Sušaku” [Jean Genet in Sušak],
in Sušačka revija
[Sušak Review], vol. 32 (2000), pp. 89-92 (co-authored with
kao iseljenička luka” [Rijeka as an Emigration Port], in Riječka
luka: povijest, izgradnja, promet
[The Port of Rijeka: History, Construction, Transport], Rijeka: Muzej
grada Rijeke, 2001, pp. 233-39, issued in connection with an exhibition
of the same name
povijesti istarskih iseljenika u Sjedinjenim Američkim Državama između
dvaju svijetskih ratova” [An Introduction to the History of
Istrian Emigrants in the United States of America Between the Two World
Wars], in Talijanska uprava na
Hrvatskom prostoru i egzodus Hrvata (1918-1943) - Zbornik radova s
Međunarodnog znanstvena skupa
[Italian Administration Over Croatian Lands and the Exodus of Croats
(1918-1943) – Collection of Papers From an International
Scholarly Conference], Zagreb: Hrvatski institut za povijest, 2001, pp.
Under Anglo-American Administration,” in Journal
of Croatian Studies, vol. 43
the English summary of Željko Bartulović, Sušak
1919.-1947: državnopravni položaj grada [Sušak
1919.-1947: The Constitutional Status of the City], Rijeka: Adamić,
Državni arhiv Rijeka and Pravni fakultet (2004).
Dubrović), “Comments Related to Maritime Ties Between the
Eastern Adriatic and the Americas 1780-1840,” in Adamićevo
doba : 1780.-1830. : riječki trgovac na početku europske modernizacij
[Adamić’s Era: 1780-1830: A Rijeka Merchant at the
Commencement of European Modernization], Rijeka: Muzej grada Rijeke
(2005), issued in connection with an exhibition of the same name.
Iseljavanje iz srednje Europe u Ameriku 1880 -1914 –
Emigration from Central Europe to America 1880-1914,
Rijeka: Muzej grada Rijeke (2008), issued in connection with an
exhibition of the same name.
Croatian Section of the Communist Party of the United States and the
‘United Front’: 1934-1939,” in Review
of Croatian History (Zagreb),
no. 5 (2009), pp. 137-67.
Article, Richard West, Tito
and the Rise and Fall of Yugoslavia,
in Journal of Croatian Studies,
vol. 34-35 (1993-94), pp. 235-51.
Vladimir Goss, Predromanicka
arhitektura u Hrvatskoj - Pre-Romanesque Architecture in Croatia,
in Journal of Croatian Studies,
vol. 36-37 (1995-96), pp. 292-93.
(does not include works
subsequently published which are listed above):
u 13-og stoljeća,” [Ledenice in the 13th
Century], delivered at the Scholarly Gathering in Honor of the 700th
Anniversary of the Vinodol Law, the 600th
Anniversary of the Statute of Senj and the 600th
Anniversary of the Statute of Krk, September 1988, Novi Vinodolski,
organized by the Yugoslav Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Evolution of Croatian Communist Newspapers in the United States and
Canada,” delivered at the American Association for
Advancement of Slavic Studies Conference, Boston, December, 2004.
Relations and Sovereignty in Istria 1941-1947,” delivered at
the Association for the Study of Nationalities Annual Conference,
Columbia University, New York, April 2005.
panel entitled: “European Diasporas in the United States: The
Impact on U.S. Foreign Policy,” presented at The
International Center for Migration, Ethnicity & Citizenship,
New School University, New York, May, 2005.
Communist Part of Yugoslavia and King Aleksandar’s
Dictatorship – The Tasks of the
Party,” delivered at the American Association for
Advancement of Slavic Studies Conference, Boston, November, 2009.
Editorial Board of vol. 34 of Krčki
[Collected Papers of Krk
Island], entitled Hrvatsko
iseljeništvo u Sjedinjenim Američkim Državama i Krčani u New
[Croatian Emigrants in the United States of America and People From Krk
in New York], by Anton Bozanić, 1996.
“New Material on Vladimir Ćopić, Commander of the XVth Brigade,” in The Volunteer – Journal of the Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, Fall 1999, pp. 8-9.
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