Like the other republics floating free after the demise of the Soviet empire, the independent republic of Georgia is reinventing its past, recovering what had been forgotten or distorted during the long years of Russian and Soviet rule keynote 무료. Whether Georgia can successfully be transformed from a society rent by conflict into a pluralistic democratic nation will depend on Georgians rethinking their history 하모니 다운로드.
This is the first comprehensive treatment of Georgian history, from the ethnogenesis of the Georgians in the first millennium B.C., through the period of Russian and Soviet rule in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, to the emergence of an independent republic in 1991, the ethnic and civil warfare that has ensued, and perspectives for Georgia’s future 프레임워크 다운로드.
Suny, R. G. (1994). The Making of the Georgian Nation. Indiana University Press.
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.