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Time limit for panel presentations: 10 minutes

November 21, 2009

Registration of the Participants 10.00 – 10.45

Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Campus 8 (13 Chavchavadze Ave)

Foyer of the Conference Hall (Floor 5)

Opening Session 11.00 – 12.30

Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Campus 8 (13 Chavchavadze Avenue)

Conference Hall (Floor 5)

Welcome Reception for Participants and Guests of the Conference 13.00 – 14.00

Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Courtyard of the Campus 1 (1 Chavchavadze Avenue)

Food Master LTD (Floor 2)

1st Panel Session

International Black Sea University

Campus 2 (13th km Agmashenebeli Alley) Room 1

Presentations 15.00 – 16.30

Coffee Break 16.30 – 16.45

Presentations 16.45 – 17.45

Discussions 17.45 – 18.15

2nd Panel Session

International Black Sea University

Campus 2 (13th km Agmashenebeli Alley)

Room 2

Presentations 15.00 – 16.30

Coffee Break 16.30 – 16.45

Presentations 16.45 – 17.45

Discussions 17.45 – 18.15

November 22, 2009

3rd Panel Session

International Black Sea University

Campus 2 (13th km Agmashenebeli Alley)

Room 1

Presentations 10.00 – 11.30

Coffee Break 11.30 – 11.45

Presentations 11.45 – 12.45

Discussions 12.45 – 13.15

4th Panel Session

International Black Sea University

Campus 2 (13th km Agmashenebeli Alley)

Room 2

Presentations 10.00 – 11.30

Coffee Break 11.30 – 11.45

Presentations 11.45 – 12.45

Discussions 12.45 – 13.15

Lunch 13.30 – 14.30

5th Panel Session

International Black Sea University

Campus 2 (13th km Agmashenebeli Alley)

Room 1

Presentations 14.45 – 17.15

Discussions 17.15 – 17.45

6th Panel Session

International Black Sea University

Campus 2 (13th km Agmashenebeli Alley)

Room 2

Presentations 14.45 – 17.15

Discussions 17.15 – 17.45

Poster presentations 17.45 – 18.15

Gala Dinner 19.00 – 21.30

November 23, 2009

Closing Session 10.00 – 11.30

International Black Sea University

Campus 2 (13th km Agmashenebeli Alley)

Conference Hall

Presentation of the research project "Printed Media and the Process of Shaping of the Georgian National Identity: Ilia’s Iveria” supported by the Rustaveli Foundation

Concluding Remarks and Closing of the Conference

Trip in Mtskheta – Ancient Capital and Religious Center of Georgia 12.00 – 16.30

Concert and Tbilisi at Night 18.00 – 23.00

Program

November 21, 2009

Opening Session

GREETINGS

Prof. Dr. Giorgi Khubua

Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Rector

Prof. Dr. Ahmet Çetin Can

International Black Sea University, Rector

Selim Kuş

Turkish Cooperation and Development Agency (TIKA), Coordinator

Members of Georgian Parliament

Representatives of the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia

SCIENTIFIC NETWORK VIA EGNATIA: HISTORY AND FUTURE

Prof. Antonello Biagini

La Sapienza University of Rome, Vice-Rector

GEORGIA AT CROSSROADS

Prof. Giuli Alasania

International Black Sea University, Vice-Rector

1st Panel Session

Chairs: Nino Chikovani & Andrea Carteny

Merab Abdaladze

The International Experience for Attracting FDI and Georgia

Ivo Goldstein

Was Yugoslavia Good or Bad for Its Peoples?

Leila Kiknadze

The Ideology of the Militant Islam – Responding to the Threats of Globalization

Giorgi Bagaturia

Reasons of State Governance Crisis in Countries of Young Democracy

Ineza Gagnidze

Clusters and Georgia’s Economic Development Strategy

Kakhaber Djakeli

East–West Economic Vulnerability Revealed by World Financial Crisis

and Failure of Russian Economy

Eka Lekashvili

Exporting (World experience and Georgia)

Giovanna Motta & Andrea Carteny

Economic and Cultural Links between Adriatic and Black Sea in the Modern Era

Nino Chikovani

The Caucasus and the Balkans: Perspectives of Comparative Analyses

Francesca Lenzi

The European Cooperation in Georgia

Irakli Chkhaidze

Georgian National Project in the Context of Ethnic and Civic Nationalism

(Beginning of the Post-Soviet Period)

2nd Panel Session

Chairs: Maka Elbakidze & Branislav Cvetkovic

Nino Chichinadze

Reconstructing History – New Materials for Pontic Greek Artistic Heritage

(Pontic Church Art in Georgia)

Branislav Cvetkovic

Shrine of Romylos the Blessed in Ravanica:

Culminating Focus of His Balkan Paths, Mountains and Plains

Maka Elbakidze

Space Dichotomy in Medieval Chivalry Romance

Merab Ghaghanidze

Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani and the Western Christianity

Tamar Paichadze

Literary Mystification of Cherubina de Gabriak and Elene Dariani as a Symbolic Paradigm

Nino Popiashvili

"Wisdom of Lie” – Crossroads of Cultures

Alexei Lidov

Relics of the Holy Fire, and its Role in the unification of Eastern Christian Sacred Space

Bela Tsipuria

Georgian Literature, Colonialism and National Identity

Maria Lidova

Maria Regina between Rome and Constantinople.

A Study in Early Byzantine Imperial Iconography

Tamar Sharabidze

To the Inter-Textual Relationship of Georgian and American Romanticism

November 22, 2009

3rd Panel Session

Chairs: Nino Abakelia & Ljubomir Frckoski

Nino Abakelia

Religious Symbols of Power and Identity in Georgian Culture

Antonello Biagini & Daniel Pommier Vincelli

The Rise of Nationalities along the Via Egnatia Region (19th – 20th cc)

Zviad Abashidze

Credentials of Georgia’s European Identity

Lilia Zabolotnaya & Anna Barbacar

The National and Linguistic Identities of Moldova in the Contemporary Period

Ljubomir Frckoski

Myth Shearing and History Shearing on Line Via Egnatia

Eduard Danielyan

Methodology of Research of the Cultural Identity Concept within the Scope of Dialogue of Civilizations

Diana Zadura

Georgian Identity and the Symbolic Politics after Rose Revolution

David Chigholashvili

Urban Narratives: Socio-Cultural Analysis of Graffiti in Tbilisi

Nino Gambashidze

Sanctuary "Deaconesses” in Georgian Highland

Giuseppe Motta

Cultural Differences along Via Egnatia: The Aromanians after Great War

4th Panel Session

Chairs: Eka Tchkoidze & Sattar Mazhitov

Niki Papageorgiou

Ethno-Religious Coexistence in Thessaloniki: Moving toward a Multicultural Society

Eka Tchkoidze

European Greece: Political and Cultural Observations

Alessandro Vagnini & Francesco Randazzo

Hatay and European Powers on the Eve of World War II

Evangelia Liliou

Multiculture in Greece: Facts and Reality in the Greek Primary and Secondary Education Schools

Sattar Mazhitov

Kazakhstan and Georgia on the Crossroads of West and East: Historical Code

Martina Bitunjac

Croatian Nation and the "Independent Croatian State”: Nationalization, Instrumentalization and Glorification of Women during the Second World War

Ashot Melkonyan

Ethno-Religious Processes and the Problem of Regional Identity

Ulrica Söderlind & Nikoloz Tskvitinidze

An Introduction and an Interdisciplinary Approach to the Foodways of Georgia

Ketevan Kakitelashvili

Instrumentalization of History and History Teaching in Post-Soviet Georgia

Tinatin Kublashvili

Multicultural Dialogue through Education (International Black Sea University as an Example)

5th Panel Session

Chairs: Eka Avaliani & Angus Bowie

Erekle Astakhishvili

Types of Urban Structure According to the Cuneiform Sources

Angus Bowie

East and West in Herodotus

Ryszard Kulesza

Infanticide in Ancient Sparta

Vakhtang Licheli

Grakliani Gora – Parmanent Contacts (4th – 1st mill. B.C.)

Mariam Gabashvili

Artistic Interralations of the Late Antique Georgian Metalwork to the Near Eastern and Skythian World

Marina Puturidze & Nino Akhvlediani

East Georgia on the Crossroads of Eurasian Civilizations

(The Characteristics and Dynamics of the Development in the II Millennium B.C.)

Bejan Javakhia

"New Rome”: The Idea of Universal Christian Empire in Medieval Georgian Writing

Leri Tavadze & Nikoloz Silagadze

The Byzantine Commonwealth and Georgia

Malkhaz Toria

Anthropology of Time: "Other Times” or Temporal Plurality in Medieval Georgian Culture

Eka Avaliani

Communication Systems and Correspondences in Ancient Eastern Mediterranean Context

6th Panel Session

Chairs: Tamara Vardanyan & Vazha Kiknadze

Ali Arslan

Imam Mansur’a Method of Struggle in Northern Caucasus

Gun Kut

Trabzon in the 19th Century:  The Link Between Via Egnatia and the Silk Road

Tengiz Simashvili

Modern Islamic Radical Movements in Caucasus and Georgia

Tamara Vardanyan

The Peculiarities of Social-Economic Development in the End of 19th c in South Caucasus and Its Impact on Armenian–Georgian Interethnic Relations

Eka Metreveli

Current Overview of the Evolution of the Role and the Status of Women in Georgian Society

Avandil Kvitashvili

Science and High Technology Education: Perspectives in Georgia

Vazha Kiknadze

Explaining Some Points of M. Panaretos "Trapezund Chronicle”

Poster Presentations

Ekaterine Mekantsishvili

Foreign Investments and Internetional Tax Policy as a Base of Development of Economic Relations among Countries

David Matsaberidze

The Role of Leaders and Agencies in Fueling Ethnic Conflicts

(Caucasus and Balkans – Comparative Perspective)

Malkhaz Matsaberidze

Formation of the Conception of Georgia as a Nation-State during the Democratic Republic of Georgia (1918 – 1921)

George Anchabadze

The Role of Abkhazian Element in Forming the United Georgian State (10th –12th Centuries)

Zviad Kvitsiani

Communication System of Ancient Caucasus (Mains and Swells)

Lado Mirianashvili

Georgia on Medieval Globes of European Cartographers (ca. 1570 and 1688)

Ivan Biliarsky

Communication Services and Communication Corvees in Medieval Bulgaria

November 23, 2009

Closing Session

Chairs: Mariam Chkhartishvili & Gun Kut

Presentation of research project "Printed Media and the Process of Shaping of the Georgian National Identity: Ilia’s Iveria”

Tinatin Bolkvadze

Sociolinguistic Problems on "Iveria’s” Pages

Mariam Chkhartishvili & Ketevan Mania

Printed Media and the Process of Shaping of the Georgian National Identity according to the

Newspaper "Iveria” (January–March, 1878)

Zaal Kikvidze

Gender Stereotypes in the National Identity Forging Process in Georgia:

Myth-Making and Myth-Breaking

Concluding remarks

Chairs of the Panel Sessions

Participants

Listeners

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