Dr. Nino Sozashvili

Annotation

This course views the traditional oral (myths, legends, tales, poetry, songs), customary (folk religion, festivals, dances, “law of love”) and material (architecture, food, costume) culture of different and mostly less known socio-cultural groups and border regions of Georgia. Special emphasis is given to the traditional regional folklore as a peasant culture of the peripheries. The course also presents a history of folklore and ethnographic studies in Georgia. Among different topics, the course discusses how the broadening of anthropological knowledge created a basis for the development of a widespread criticism towards different elements of the traditional life-style, and how this criticism aided a process of innovation of some of the old traditions

Contact Persons
Nino Sozashvili (ninosozashvili@gmail.com)
Tamar Aslanishvili ( sd.international.head@gmail.com)

Dr. Nino Sozashvili

Annotation

This course views the traditional oral (myths, legends, tales, poetry, songs), customary (folk religion, festivals, dances, “law of love”) and material (architecture, food, costume) culture of different and mostly less known socio-cultural groups and border regions of Georgia. Special emphasis is given to the traditional regional folklore as a peasant culture of the peripheries. The course also presents a history of folklore and ethnographic studies in Georgia. Among different topics, the course discusses how the broadening of anthropological knowledge created a basis for the development of a widespread criticism towards different elements of the traditional life-style, and how this criticism aided a process of innovation of some of the old traditions

Contact Persons
Nino Sozashvili (ninosozashvili@gmail.com)
Tamar Aslanishvili ( sd.international.head@gmail.com)

 
 

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