Nodar Bakhtadze

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School of Arts and Sciences; Associate Professor of Humanities and Cultural Research (Christian Archaeology). Doctor of Historical Sciences

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Graduated from Technical University of Georgia School of Architecture in 1976, specializing in Theory and History of Architecture. Acquired Post-graduate degree from S. Janashia State Georgian Academy of Sciences and Ivane Javakhishvili State Tbilisi University in History and Archeology of Georgian Art during 1978-1980. Worked as a junior and successively senior research fellow at S. Janashia State Georgian Academy of Sciences between 1980-2004, heading of the archeological expeditions. In 1989, defended dissertation as a candidate of science degree in History, thesis on “Kvemo Kartli cliff monuments”. Worked at the Ministry of Culture between 1991-1992, as a Head of the Department of Inspection of Historical and Cultural Monuments. Worked at the G. Chitaia State Folk Architecture and Life Museum during 1996-2001 as a Deputy Director in the field of science. In 2004, defended his doctorate degree dissertation in History, thesis on “Genesis and development of cliff carved monuments in Georgia”. Worked at Sulkhan-Sana Orbeliani State Pedagogical University during 1995-2005, first as an assistant professor, successively as an acting professor. Has been an Associate Professor at Ilia State University since 2010.


სამეცნიერო ინტერესის სფეროები

  • Archaeological and art research of historical monuments of medieval Georgia
  • Archaeological and art research of historical monuments of the Caucasus, Middle East and the Black Sea countries
  • Historical, archaeological and art research of Christian culture monuments (Christian Archaeology)
  • Historical, archaeological and art research of Christian monastery monuments in Caucasus and Middle East
  • History of medieval Georgian architecture;
  • Archeological and architectural research of speleological monuments (artificial cave complexes)
  • Pre-archaeological research and conservation of medieval architectural monuments
  • Museology
  • Graphical recording of architectural and archaeological monuments

About

Graduated from Technical University of Georgia School of Architecture in 1976, specializing in Theory and History of Architecture. Acquired Post-graduate degree from S. Janashia State Georgian Academy of Sciences and Ivane Javakhishvili State Tbilisi University in History and Archeology of Georgian Art during 1978-1980. Worked as a junior and successively senior research fellow at S. Janashia State Georgian Academy of Sciences between 1980-2004, heading of the archeological expeditions. In 1989, defended dissertation as a candidate of science degree in History, thesis on “Kvemo Kartli cliff monuments”. Worked at the Ministry of Culture between 1991-1992, as a Head of the Department of Inspection of Historical and Cultural Monuments. Worked at the G. Chitaia State Folk Architecture and Life Museum during 1996-2001 as a Deputy Director in the field of science. In 2004, defended his doctorate degree dissertation in History, thesis on “Genesis and development of cliff carved monuments in Georgia”. Worked at Sulkhan-Sana Orbeliani State Pedagogical University during 1995-2005, first as an assistant professor, successively as an acting professor. Has been an Associate Professor at Ilia State University since 2010.


Research interests

  • Archaeological and art research of historical monuments of medieval Georgia
  • Archaeological and art research of historical monuments of the Caucasus, Middle East and the Black Sea countries
  • Historical, archaeological and art research of Christian culture monuments (Christian Archaeology)
  • Historical, archaeological and art research of Christian monastery monuments in Caucasus and Middle East
  • History of medieval Georgian architecture;
  • Archeological and architectural research of speleological monuments (artificial cave complexes)
  • Pre-archaeological research and conservation of medieval architectural monuments
  • Museology
  • Graphical recording of architectural and archaeological monuments