Georgian Programme Seminar Series in the Oxford School of Global and Area Studies
Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia disseminates information regarding upcoming series of seminars.
Seminars will be conducted by the Georgian Programme in Oxford's Russian, Eurasian, and East European Studies unit.
The Georgian Programme is hosted by Russian and East European Studies in OSGA. In 2017, REES established the programme to act as a focus for the academic study of and research on Georgia, in its regional environment, across the University of Oxford.
The Georgian Programme works:
- To help coordinate the study and research about Georgia in the social sciences and the humanities, including modern history
- To ensure close interaction in particular between REES and the Russian and Eurasian Studies Centre at St. Antony’s College on all matters related to Georgia
- To host postdoctoral scholars from Georgia, on visiting attachments for periods of up to one year
- To organise seminars and other meetings on Georgian topics, and to showcase speakers from Georgia
- To raise the profile of Georgian studies and research in the UK and beyond, through interaction with other universities and research centers with similar interests.
- To showcase materials and sources on Georgia especially the Bodleian Library’s collections related to Georgia and the region.
Seminars will be dedicated to the winner research projects of “Georgian Studies Program” between SRNSFG and Oxford University.
Starting date: October 14, 2021
Closing date: November 25, 2021.
Seminars will be conducted in online format, via Zoom platform.