This book explores events in Georgia in the years following Stalin’s death in March 1953, especially the demonstrations of March 1956 and their brutal suppression, in order to illuminate the tensions in Georgia between veneration of the memory of Stalin, a Georgian, together with the associated respect for the Soviet system that he had created, and growing nationalism 다운로드. The book considers how not just Stalin but also his wider circle of Georgians were at the heart of the Soviet system, outlines how greatly Stalin was revered in Georgia, and charts the rise of Khrushchev and his denunciation of Stalin 레인보우 whoo. It goes on to examine the different strands of the rising Georgian nationalist movements, discusses the repressive measures taken against demonstrators, and concludes by showing how the repressions transformed a situation where Georgian nationalism, the honouring of Stalin’s memory and the Soviet system were all aligned together into a situation where an increasingly assertive nationalist movement was firmly at odds with the Soviet Union 다운로드.
Blauvelt, T. K., & Smith, J. (2015). Georgia after Stalin: Nationalism and Soviet Power. Routledge.
In order to give a brief but representative overview of Marr’s reception in Soviet Georgian academia, author begins by laying out the dominant stances and some of the key figures in each camp, followed by a case study: an exchange of articles concerning a rather esoteric problem in Kartvelian linguistics, in which representatives of each group debated what were in fact fundamental issues concerning Georgian ethnogenesis 메시지 팝업.
Tuite, K. (2011). The reception of Marr and Marrism in the Soviet Georgian academy. Exploring the Edge of Empire: Soviet Era Anthropology in the Caucasus and Central Asia, ed 다운로드. by Florian Mühlfried and Sergey Sokolovsky. Halle: LIT Verlag; Halle Studies in the Anthropology of Eurasia. 197-214.
This paper details the case of Soviet Georgia’s hidden economy, mediated as it was through locally based personal support networks and illustrating our arguments with a case study of legal/illegal manufacturing enterprise 다운로드. Authors conclude with a note on present-day Central-Eastern European economies and a commentary on implications for management in liberal economies as they become more globally integrated 다운로드.
Mars, G., & Altman, Y. (2008). Managing in Soviet Georgia: an extreme example in comparative management. European Journal of International Management, 2(1), 56-70 다운로드.
In Zurab Avalishvili’s opinion, the politicisation of the Georgian nation at the beginning of the 20th century had not yet progressed very far 일본 드라마 다운로드. Eighty years later, this table seemed to have turned in the new Georgian national movement as, at last, under it own powers or the internal weaknesses of the Soviet state, it has regained independence – at least formally 다운로드.
Reisner, O. (2009). Georgia and its new national movement. Nationalism in Late and Post-Communist Europe, 2, 240-266.
Any consideration of the relation between Transcaucasian politics and national Soviet politics during the Stalin era must begin from the fact that Transcaucasia was a political unit of an unusual kind, having an unusual relation to the center 한컴 바탕체 다운로드. The first indication of this that comes to sight, perhaps, is the relationship of Transcaucasia to Beria.
Fairbanks Jr, C. H. (1980). Beria, his enemies, and their Georgian clienteles, 1949-1953 슬픈다짐 다운로드. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars; Kennan Institute Occasional Paper Series #119.