Uneven Modernity and the “Peripheral” City: Between Ethnography, History and Literature in Tbilisi

October 9, 2014

Harsha Ram is an Associate Professor of Slavic Languages and Literature, and Comparative Literature. His most recent book is The Imperial Sublime: A Russian Poetics of Empire; his forthcoming book will be entitled Crossroads Modernity: Aesthetic Modernism and the Russian-Georgian Encounter.

Video of the presentation can be viewed here.


There are no readings for this week, but you may find these maps of Tbilisi and Georgia of interest.

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Crossroads Modernity: The Case of Tbilisi by Elisa Russian