Thursday, March 10, 2022, 12 –1:30pm EST
This panel is the first in a series called Georgian Society in Transition, sponsored by the Program on Georgian Studies at the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard. The series will focus on domestic and economic changes in Georgian society over the last three decades. It will explore the transformations in Georgia’s economic and social life, which have profoundly changed the lives of its citizens since independence.
Tamara Grdzelidze, Speaker, Professor of Religious Studies and Political Science at Ilia State University, Georgia
Ketevan Gurchiani, Speaker, Professor of Anthropology, Ilia State University
Ekaterine Chitanava, Speaker, Director of a civil society organization, Tolerance and Diversity Institute (TDI)
Stephen Jones, Moderator, Director, Program on Georgian Studies; Professor of Russian and Eurasian Studies, Mount Holyoke College
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See the full call at https://daviscenter.fas.harvard.edu/events/aspects-church-state-relations-georgia-1991-2021