ⓘ Kartvelian studies

                                     

ⓘ Kartvelian studies

The Kartvelian studies also referred as Kartvelology or Georgian studies is a field of humanities covering Kartvelian history, languages, religion and/or culture.

In a narrower sense, the term usually refers to the research activities conducted on these problems outside Georgia.

                                     

1.1. Luminaries of Kartvelian studies Georgian scholars

  • Prince Teimuraz of Georgia 1782–1846
  • Ivane Javakhishvili 1876–1940
  • Giorgi Melikishvili 1918–2002
  • David Chubinashvili 1814–1891
  • Georges Charachidze 1930–2010
  • Korneli Kekelidze 1879–1962
  • Simon Kaukhchishvili 1895–1981
  • Alexander Khakhanov 1864–1912
  • Ilia Abuladze 1901–1968
                                     

1.2. Luminaries of Kartvelian studies International scholars

  • David Marshall Lang 1924–1991
  • Stephen F. Jones
  • Kevin Tuite born 1954
  • Michael Job
  • Bernard Outtier
  • Hirotake Maeda
  • B. George Hewitt
  • Farshid Delshad born 1972
  • Marie-Felicite Brosset 1802–1880
  • Marjory Wardrop 1869–1909
  • Heinz Fahnrich born 1941
  • Roland Bielmeier
  • Gerard Garitte 1914–1992
  • Georgi Klimov 1928–1997
  • Donald Rayfield
  • John Oliver Wardrop 1864–1948
  • Cyril Toumanoff 1913–1997
  • Constantine B. Lerner
  • William Edward David Allen 1901–1973
  • Jost Gippert
  • Robert Pierpont Blake 1886–1950
  • Katharine Vivian 1917–2010
  • Luigi Magarotto
  • Mine Kadiroğlu
  • Gerhard Deeters 1892–1961
  • Georges Dumezil 1898–1986
  • Hans Vogt 1909–1986
  • Arthur Leist 1852–1927
  • Vaclav A. Černy
  • Michel Van Esbroeck 1934–2003
  • Stephen H. Rapp