Paul Manning – Socialist Supras and Drinking Democratically: Changing Images of the Georgian Feast and Georgian Society from Socialism to Post-socialismPaul Manning – Socialist Supras and Drinking Democratically: Changing Images of the Georgian Feast and Georgian Society from Socialism to Post-socialism

Under socialism the image of the supra was mobilized for the purposes of articulating the relationship of ‘society’ to the socialist state. This is partially because the supra, which Georgian nationalists like to fantasize as a traditional unchanging ‘everyday life’ opposed at all points to the socialist state, was in fact at every point a major point of articulation of everyday life to an ubiquitous socialist state.

Manning, P. (2003). Socialist supras and Drinking Democratically: Changing Images of the Georgian Feast and Georgian Society from Socialism to Post-Socialism. Trent University, Unpublished Manuscript.

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სოციალიზმის ეპოქაში სუფრის ხატება გამოყენებული იყო „საზოგადოების“ სოციალისტური სახელმწიფოსთან ურთიერთობის არტიკულირებისთვის. ეს ნაწილობრივ იმითაც იყო განპირობებული, რომ სუფრა, რომელსაც ქართველი ნაციონალისტები როგორც ტრადიციულ, უცვლელ „ყოველდღიურობად“ აღიქვამენ, ყოველმხრივ უპირისპირდებოდა სოციალისტურ სახელმწიფოს, თავად წარმოადგენდა ყოველდღიური ცხოვრების არტიკულაციას ყოვლისმომცველ სოციალისტურ სახელმწიფოში.

Manning, P. (2003). Socialist supras and Drinking Democratically: Changing Images of the Georgian Feast and Georgian Society from Socialism to Post-Socialism. Trent University, Unpublished Manuscript.

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