Hi,I am working in Batumi, Georgia, and I am helping organize a conference for this summer on cultural perspectives on nuclear issues. I was wondering if anybody would be interested in speaking on…Continue
Hi,I am working in Batumi, Georgia, and I am helping organize a conference for this summer on cultural perspectives on nuclear issues. I was wondering if anybody would be interested in speaking on the topic. The conference is still being planned, but will be funded by International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW). It will be a six day conference, with three days of presentations. Presentations can be given in English, Russian, Georgian, or Turkish. We would strongly…See More
There is in fact quite a bit to read about Georgia and the Caucasus, depending on what topics you are interested in and what languages you can read. As a start, I could suggest looking through the Georgia bibliography at Indiana…"
Hi Everybody,I will be teaching English in Georgia (Batumi or Tbilisi) for a year or two. I want to become an anthropologist focusing on studying the state through the school system. I was wondering if y'all could give me a big list of things to read about the Caucus and Georgia in particular. So far I am aware of the work done by Erin Koch, Paul Manning, Mathijis Pelkmans, and James Wertsch. Any suggestions?Thanks in Advance!Dustin GilbreathSee More
Although somewhat clumsy, the in/of should point to the following: The group addresses scholars from the (North and South) Caucasus and their East/West colleagues alike. I would like to discuss both contemporary and Soviet era research projects.See More
This is a forum on educative practices, moments, systems, institutions (and their resistance), and those caught up in them as an object of anthropological inquiry. Includes traditional ethnographies of schools and related explorations beyond them.See More