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<!--:en-->New Publications: January-February 2014<!--:--><!--:ka-->ახალი პუბლიკაციები: იანვარი-თებერვალი 2014<!--:-->

New Publications: January-February 2014ახალი პუბლიკაციები: იანვარი-თებერვალი 2014

Project “Georgica” presents the brief overview of publications about Georgia issued in January and February, 2014. Books Jones, S. F. (ed.). (2014). The Making of Modern Georgia, 1918-2012: The First… Read more »

<!--:en-->Laurence Broers – Who are the Mingrelians? Language, Identity and Politics in Western Georgia<!--:--><!--:ka-->Laurence Broers – Who are the Mingrelians? Language, Identity and Politics in Western Georgia<!--:-->

Laurence Broers – Who are the Mingrelians? Language, Identity and Politics in Western GeorgiaLaurence Broers – Who are the Mingrelians? Language, Identity and Politics in Western Georgia

This paper deals with the case of the Mingrelians, a group inhabiting the western province of Mingrelia in Georgia, and formerly also part of the disputed territory of Abkhazia. The… Read more »

<!--:en-->Internally Displaced in Georgia: Stories of People from Abkhazia and South Ossetia<!--:--><!--:ka-->Internally Displaced in Georgia: Stories of People from Abkhazia and South Ossetia<!--:-->

Internally Displaced in Georgia: Stories of People from Abkhazia and South OssetiaInternally Displaced in Georgia: Stories of People from Abkhazia and South Ossetia

The collection of stories reveals issues that go beyond typical displacement and protection needs and touches on values, issues of identity, feelings and emotions. This book has been developed jointly by… Read more »

<!--:en-->International Crisis Group – Georgia’s Armenian and Azeri Minorities<!--:--><!--:ka-->International Crisis Group – Georgia’s Armenian and Azeri Minorities<!--:-->

International Crisis Group – Georgia’s Armenian and Azeri MinoritiesInternational Crisis Group – Georgia’s Armenian and Azeri Minorities

Georgia is a multinational state, building democratic institutions and forging a civic identity. However, it has made little progress towards integrating Armenian and Azeri minorities, who constitute over 12 per… Read more »

<!--:en-->Zaza Shatirishvili – The Montage of Tbilisi Culture<!--:--><!--:ka-->Zaza Shatirishvili – The Montage of Tbilisi Culture<!--:-->

Zaza Shatirishvili – The Montage of Tbilisi CultureZaza Shatirishvili – The Montage of Tbilisi Culture

Tbilisi culture is not Georgian culture. Georgian culture is based on literature; it translates badly into prose, for its most important genre is poetry. Tbilisi culture, on the other hand,… Read more »

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