and Identity in the Macedonian Village of Vrbnik, Sourthern Albania
with Christina Kramer and Virginia Stoymenoff
On April 13, 2003, Christina Kramer, professor of Slavic Languages
& Literatures at the University of Toronto, and Virginia Stoymenoff,
gave a brilliant presentation on their visit to the village of Vrbnik,
in Southern Albania.
The presentation took place in the committee chamber at North York
City Hall. This extremely valuable lecture enthralled the audience
and was highlighted by a recent videotape from the village.
Both professor Kramer and Virginia Stoymenoff went to great lengths
to visit Vrbnik, in Albania, and meet with its isolated Macedonian
residents. The CMHS appreciates their efforts and congratulates
them on a superb presentation.