Levan Tsagareli

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PhD, Full Professor of Literature at the School of Arts and Sciences

Member of Faculty Board, Coordinator of Cooperation with Robert Bosch Foundation

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Levan Tsagareli studied German Philology at Ivane Javakhishvili State University of Tbilisi (TSU, 1998-2004) as well as Comparative Literature and Scandinavian Studies at the Universities of Hamburg (2001), Vienna (2002, 2009) and Stockholm (2005). He participated in Internationale Schillertage (Weimar, 1999), Summer School at Innsbruck University (2000), Summer School in Literature (Marbach a.N., 2003), Education Program of Open World Leadership Center (Chicago, 2010) and Summer Academy of  Robert Bosch Foundation (Stuttgart, 2014). In 2006-2009 Levan Tsagareli worked as Assistant Professor and manager of studies at the Faculty of Humanities of TSU. He did his PhD about Arno Schmidt’s Late Prose as Metafiction (2008). Since 2009 Levan Tsagareli works at Ilia State University (ISU). In 2010-2011 he was dean of College of Arts and Sciences at ISU. He made short-term research visits at the Universities of Saarbrücken (2008) and Düsseldorf (2010, 2013, 2014, 2016), Humboldt University in Berlin (2014), University of Vienna (2009, 2015) and Universität Freiburg (2016). Levan Tsagareli is a jury member of ISU Award for Literature (The Best Novel of the Year) and a committee member at Catholic Academic Exchange Service (KAAD). Within the scope of Go East program of German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) he organized the annual summer school Fascination Caucasus for German students (2013-2014). Since 2016 Levan Tsagareli conducts research within the grant project Georgian Cultural Heritage in Germany financed by the Shota Rustaveli National Scientific Foundation. He facilitates regularly the Student’s Book Club meetings at ISU.


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  • German Literature in the twentieth century
  • Poetics of Postmodernist Novel
  • Narratology
  • Metafiction
  • Literary and Cultural Analysis (Deconstruction)
  • Intercultural and Comparative Literary Studies
  • Theory of Intermediality and Interart Studies (Literature and Arts)

About

Levan Tsagareli studied German Philology at Ivane Javakhishvili State University of Tbilisi (TSU, 1998-2004) as well as Comparative Literature and Scandinavian Studies at the Universities of Hamburg (2001), Vienna (2002, 2009) and Stockholm (2005). He participated in Internationale Schillertage (Weimar, 1999), Summer School at Innsbruck University (2000), Summer School in Literature (Marbach a.N., 2003), Education Program of Open World Leadership Center (Chicago, 2010) and Summer Academy of  Robert Bosch Foundation (Stuttgart, 2014). In 2006-2009 Levan Tsagareli worked as Assistant Professor and manager of studies at the Faculty of Humanities of TSU. He did his PhD about Arno Schmidt’s Late Prose as Metafiction (2008). Since 2009 Levan Tsagareli works at Ilia State University (ISU). In 2010-2011 he was dean of College of Arts and Sciences at ISU. He made short-term research visits at the Universities of Saarbrücken (2008) and Düsseldorf (2010, 2013, 2014, 2016), Humboldt University in Berlin (2014), University of Vienna (2009, 2015) and Universität Freiburg (2016). Levan Tsagareli is a jury member of ISU Award for Literature (The Best Novel of the Year) and a committee member at Catholic Academic Exchange Service (KAAD). Within the scope of Go East program of German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) he organized the annual summer school Fascination Caucasus for German students (2013-2014). Since 2016 Levan Tsagareli conducts research within the grant project Georgian Cultural Heritage in Germany financed by the Shota Rustaveli National Scientific Foundation. He facilitates regularly the Student’s Book Club meetings at ISU.


Research interests

  • German Literature in the twentieth century
  • Poetics of Postmodernist Novel
  • Narratology
  • Metafiction
  • Literary and Cultural Analysis (Deconstruction)
  • Intercultural and Comparative Literary Studies
  • Theory of Intermediality and Interart Studies (Literature and Arts)