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[:en]New Publications: August-September 2015[:ka]ახალი პუბლიკაციები: აგვისტო-სექტემბერი 2015[:]

[:en]New Publications: August-September 2015[:ka]ახალი პუბლიკაციები: აგვისტო-სექტემბერი 2015[:]

[:en] Books Blauvelt, T. K., & Smith, J. (Eds.). (2015). Georgia after Stalin: Nationalism and Soviet Power. Routledge. This book explores events in Georgia in the years following Stalin’s death in… Read more »

<!--:en-->Stephen F. Jones (ed.) – The Making of Modern Georgia, 1918-2012. The First Georgian Republic and its Successor<!--:--><!--:ka-->Stephen F. Jones (ed.) – The Making of Modern Georgia, 1918-2012. The First Georgian Republic and its Successor<!--:-->

Stephen F. Jones (ed.) – The Making of Modern Georgia, 1918-2012. The First Georgian Republic and its SuccessorStephen F. Jones (ed.) – The Making of Modern Georgia, 1918-2012. The First Georgian Republic and its Successor

When most of Eastern Europe was struggling with dictatorships of one kind or another, the Democratic Republic of Georgia (1918-1921) established a constitution, a parliamentary system with national elections, an… Read more »

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New Publications: February-March 2015ახალი პუბლიკაციები: თებერვალი-მარტი 2015

Books & Book Chapters Voell, S., & Kaliszewska, I. (Eds.). (2015). State and Legal Practice in the Caucasus: Anthropological Perspectives on Law and Politics. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.. Legal pluralism and… Read more »

<!--:en-->New Publications: November-December 2014<!--:--><!--:ka-->ახალი პუბლიკაციები: ნოემბერი-დეკემბერი 2014<!--:-->

New Publications: November-December 2014ახალი პუბლიკაციები: ნოემბერი-დეკემბერი 2014

Books Japaridze, E., Barkaia, M., Zhghenti, N., & Amashukeli, M. The Study of Georgian Youth’s Awareness, Perceptions and Attitudes of Gender Equality. Tbilisi: Center for Social Sciences. The aim of this… Read more »

<!--:en-->Peter Kabachnik – Wounds that Won’t Heal: Cartographic Anxieties and the Quest for Territorial Integrity in Georgia<!--:--><!--:ka-->Peter Kabachnik – Wounds that Won’t Heal: Cartographic Anxieties and the Quest for Territorial Integrity in Georgia<!--:-->

Peter Kabachnik – Wounds that Won’t Heal: Cartographic Anxieties and the Quest for Territorial Integrity in GeorgiaPeter Kabachnik – Wounds that Won’t Heal: Cartographic Anxieties and the Quest for Territorial Integrity in Georgia

This paper examines the role of territorial integrity narratives in the Republic of Georgia, which currently features two separatist territories – Abkhazia and South Ossetia – which are de facto… Read more »

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