Florian Mühlfried – Celebrating Identities in Post-Soviet Georgia

In the following pages, author intend to investigate further the reasons for and consequences of the »supra-turn« in Georgian culture and politics. Accordingly, some contextual knowledge must be elaborated. Author will start by defining the supra and explaining its role in the maintenance of Georgian national identity over the past hundred years.

Mühlfried, F. (2007). “Celebrating Identities in Post-Soviet Georgia”. In Representations on the Margins of Europe. Politics and Identities in the Baltic and South Caucasian States, ed. by Tsypylma Darieva and Wolfgang Katshuba. Frankfurt am Main, New York, 282-300.

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