William A. Douglass Center for Basque Studies

The Center for Basque Studies houses the Jon Bilbao Basque Library – one of the world’s largest collections of Basque-related materials, currently at 55,000 volumes.

Four Basque women dressed in Basque clothing talk to one another

Basque Studies Press

The Center for Basque Studies has its own press, the largest English-language publisher in the world about the Basques.

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Tutorial Ph.D.

The Tutorial Ph.D. program in Basque Studies provides an opportunity to pursue doctoral studies emphasizing Basque-related courses and dissertation research.

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The kids' Deportivo Vasco in a picture from the Caracas Euzko Etxea.

Football Habemus!

The Club Deportivo Vasco soccer team of Caracas

It's stunning that such a central figure of Basque cultural and literary history as Joxe Mari Iparragirre has never been published in English." - Dan Ansotegui, Basque-American musician and recipient of the National Heritage Award.

Basque troubadour poems first time in English

Joxe Mari Iparragirre's poems have been translated by professor Xabier Irujo and poet David Romtvedt.

: A group of dancers participating in what appears to be a version of the Zinta Dantza, a ribbon dance. The colored ribbons are braided with the movement of the dancers around the pole. Metaphorically, the dance represents the process of life, the obstacles encountered as life progresses, and the passing from life to the afterlife.

Jon Bilbao Basque Library, Basque culture, digital archive focus of new episode of Checked Out!

“The pandemic is a shared experience. It is a global event like nothing we have seen before.” - Iñaki Arrieta Baro said.