Nina Chichinadze

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School of Arts and Sciences, Associate Professor of Cultural Studies

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Nina Chichinadze, Assocate professor of Ilia State University from 2006, graduated from Tbilisi State Academy of Fne Arts (with Diploma of Honors in History and Theory of Art). From 1984 she occupies various positions in G. Chubinashvili Institute for History of Georgian Art, Georgian Academy of Sciences; From 1990 she is a Senior Researcher of the Institute. In 1990 She obtained her first degree of Candidat of Sciences  (Candidatus scientiae in History of Art: “Seti Triptych – From the History of Georgian Icon Painting”), in 2004 – Doctoral Dissrtation (Historiical and Artistic Aspects of 11th-13th Georgan Icon Panting). In 1994-2007 she conducted her research in Dumbarton Oaks, Centre d’Histoire et Civilisation de Byzance, University of Athens, Central European University, in Oxford University with fellowships and grants from Alexander Onassis Foundation (1999), Open Society Institute (1995-1997, 2000), State Scholarship Foundation (IKY, Greece 2002), Maison de science de l’homme (MSH) (2002 -2003), Bourse d Diderot (2004), Central European University Visiting Research Fellowship (2007) etc. She  taught at Tbilisi State Academy of Fine Arts (1991-2006), Universty of Goergia (2005-2009). She regularly delivers lectures in various universities and research centers, in 2014 she delivered a bloc course “Medieval Art in Georgia” at Friebourg Uniersity Swizerland. She is an author of monographies and more than forty articles on varios problems of Christian visual culture. She is a member of editorial board of “Kadmos” (A Journal of the Humanities) and  “Christian archaeological Studies”.


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Byzantine and Medieval visual culture; Theological and socio-cultural aspects of cult  of images and relics, artistc patronage, Christian  iconography, artistic exchange between Byzantine and Medieval Georgian Art

About

Nina Chichinadze, Assocate professor of Ilia State University from 2006, graduated from Tbilisi State Academy of Fne Arts (with Diploma of Honors in History and Theory of Art). From 1984 she occupies various positions in G. Chubinashvili Institute for History of Georgian Art, Georgian Academy of Sciences; From 1990 she is a Senior Researcher of the Institute. In 1990 She obtained her first degree of Candidat of Sciences  (Candidatus scientiae in History of Art: “Seti Triptych – From the History of Georgian Icon Painting”), in 2004 – Doctoral Dissrtation (Historiical and Artistic Aspects of 11th-13th Georgan Icon Panting). In 1994-2007 she conducted her research in Dumbarton Oaks, Centre d’Histoire et Civilisation de Byzance, University of Athens, Central European University, in Oxford University with fellowships and grants from Alexander Onassis Foundation (1999), Open Society Institute (1995-1997, 2000), State Scholarship Foundation (IKY, Greece 2002), Maison de science de l’homme (MSH) (2002 -2003), Bourse d Diderot (2004), Central European University Visiting Research Fellowship (2007) etc. She  taught at Tbilisi State Academy of Fine Arts (1991-2006), Universty of Goergia (2005-2009). She regularly delivers lectures in various universities and research centers, in 2014 she delivered a bloc course “Medieval Art in Georgia” at Friebourg Uniersity Swizerland. She is an author of monographies and more than forty articles on varios problems of Christian visual culture. She is a member of editorial board of “Kadmos” (A Journal of the Humanities) and  “Christian archaeological Studies”.


Research interests

Byzantine and Medieval visual culture; Theological and socio-cultural aspects of cult  of images and relics, artistc patronage, Christian  iconography, artistic exchange between Byzantine and Medieval Georgian Art