CREES 50th Anniversary Seminar Series: Why do Caucasian Studies Matter?

Locations
Muirhead Tower, room 714
Date(s)
Wednesday 21st November 2012 (15:00-17:00)
Contact

Nino Kemoklidze at NXK790@bham.ac.uk

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With the launch of the Europe-Asia Studies’ Special Issue on the 'Many Faces of the Caucasus' (vol. 64, issue 9) and the landmark Parliamentary elections in Georgia in October 2012 it seems a great opportunity to discuss the state of the Caucasian Studies in the UK and why we need to be studying the Caucasus region.
CREES also has great honour to welcome Georgia’s Ambassador to the UK Giorgi Badridze to the University of Birmingham.

Among our speakers are:

  • Giorgi Badridze (ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of Georgia to the UK)
  • Nino Kemoklidze (CREES)
  • Cerwyn Moore (POLSIS)
  • Jeremy Smith (Karelian Institute, University of Eastern Finland)
  • Galina Yemelianova (CREES)

Come along and don’t miss the chance of tasting authentic Georgian wines!

If you have any further questions please contact Nino Kemoklidze at NXK790@bham.ac.uk

Hosted by the Caucasus and Central Asia Research group at the Centre for Russian and East European Studies (CREES) in conjunction with the Department of Political Science and International Studies (POLSIS), School of Government and Society, College of Social Sciences, The University of Birmingham