Back in November, we talked about Pedro J. Oiarzabal‘s latest book, The Basque Diaspora Webscape: Identity, Nation, and Homeland, 1990s-2010s, being published by the Center for Basque Studies, University of Nevada, Reno, under its Basque Diaspora and Migration Studies book series. His is an innovative book dealing with the Basque institutional diaspora presence on the Internet.
Yesterday, Oiarzabal was interviewed (in Spanish) by Vanessa Sanchez in Entrada Libre (ETB), where he talked about the reasons behind the book, the research, and what it all means for Basques around the world to be living on the digital age. He even dared to answer the million dollar question: what is a Basque?
Digital communities of the Basque Diaspora: Interview with Pedro Oiarzabal
- The Basque Diaspora Webscape: Identity, Nation, and Homeland, 1990s-2010s, Pedro J. Oiarzabal’s latest book, now available
- Living memory: On immigration and returning to Bizkaia
- A Few Good Men
- Pedro Oiarzabal featured on BBC’s The Digital Human
- Basque Diaspora featured today in Facebook Stories
- An Essential Basque History, Written by a Non-Basque, by Mark Bieter
- Mark your calendars for the St. Ageda celebration in Boise on February 3