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Prof. Dr. George Gotsiridze
History of Georgia is one of the basic course in the minor programme of Kartvelology (Georgian Study). It contains 10 ECTS. This course has no prerequisite and examines Georgian history from the beginning of the ancient times to the present day. The course is organized into a series of general topics arranged in a chronological order. Since it is impossible to provide in-depth all issues connected with Georgia, the course covers such political, economical, social and cultural aspects of the country, as: the ancient time in Georgia, the Early Feudal Age, Formation of Georgian Feudal kingdoms and Principalities, the Period of Mongol Domination, Georgia in the middle and late Feudalism, Georgia in the Nineteenth Century, National-Liberation and Social-Political Movements in Georgia, the Democratic Republic of Georgia, Georgia in the Soviet Union, the Restoration of Georgia’s Statehood, Georgia at the Junction of the XX-XXI Centuries, and ets.
As this course is mainly for the foreign students who are interested in Georgia’s history, we focus on the place of Georgia in the history of the World Civilization, the relationship between Georgia and foreign countries. The attention is paid to such main topics as: Georgia in Old Oriental and Antiquity Age, Georgians relationship with Achaemenids, Iran,Byzantium and Roman Empires, Arabs, Mongols, Ottoman Turks, Russia’ Colonial Policy in Georgia, the Question of Georgia in Russia and Europe, the Foreign Policy of the Democratic Republic of Georgia, Today’s Georgia, Achievements, Foreign Challenges and ets.
4. Mariam Lortkipanidze. Essays on Georgian History, Tbilisi, “Metsniereba”, 1994;
5. David Lang. The last Years of the Georgian Monarchy, 1957 Columbia University Press, New