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Mary Neuburger, Director BUR 452, 2505 University Avenue, Stop F3600, Austin, TX 78712 • 512-471-3607

Georgian Resources

Adornment and History: A Symposium on Georgian Arts and Culture

 

List of Georgian Resources available in the CREEES office:

Music:

  • CD: Georgian Voices: The Years (Georgian Traditional and Popular Songs)
  • CD: Sukhishvili: Assa (Folkteque music -- Georgian traditional music with a modern flair)
  • CD: Georgian Voices: Memory (Georgian Traditional Songs)
  • CD: Vocal Ensemble Universiteti (Georgian Traditional Songs)

Films:

  • Feature Film: Chef in Love (French-Georgian tragic-comedy, in French, Russian, Georgian with English subtitles, 1997)
  • Feature Film: Repentance (drama, in Russian with English sub-titles, 1987)
  • Documentary: Invisible (part of the series Gender Montage by the Open Society Institute, this film focuses on the lives of women in patriarchal communities, 2003)

Books:

  • National Treasures of Georgia -- beautiful coffee table book on the art, culture, and history of Georgia. Philip Wilson Publishers and the Foundation for International Arts and Education, 1999
  • Folk Tales from the Soviet Union: The Caucasus -- Georgian, Armenian and Azerbaijani folk tales, Raduga Publishers, 1987
  • Georgia (from the series Socialist Republics of the Soviet Union) -- a small informational book with essays on the history and culture of Georgia and many photographs. Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1987

Various items:

  • Map of Tbilisi
  • Georgian Alphabet cards

Internet resources:

  • The Georgian Arts and Culture Center (GACC), which produced the exhibit Adornment and History, is located in Tbilisi: http://www.gaccgeorgia.org/
  • Civil Georgia is an online magazine devoted to delivering quality news and analysis about Georgia. The United Nations Association of Georgia, a Georgian non-governmental organization, created Civil Georgia in 2001: http://www.civil.ge/eng/
  • The Russian and East European Network Information Center (REENIC) website has numerous regional links: http://reenic.utexas.edu/
  • The US Embassy in Georgia is very active in the community: http://georgia.usembassy.gov/
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