Zurab Papaskiri

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Zurab Papaskiri (in Georgian ზურაბ პაპასქირი) is a Georgian Historian and public figure, academician of the Abkhazian Regional Academy of Sciences (1997), Doctor of Historical sciences (1991), Professor (1994), owner of the State Prize of Giorgi Shervashidze (1998), owner of Order of Honour (2013).

Zurab Papaskiri was born in 1950 in Zugdidi. He graduated from the Faculty of History of Tbilisi State University (1972). From 1972 to 1975, he was a post-graduate student of the Lomonosov Moscow State University. In 1978 Papaskiri received a PhD in history, in 1991 the degree of Doctor of historical sciences (Habilitation). Since 1976 he has worked at Sokhumi State University (since 1993 this university is based in Tbilisi). Since 2008 he has been head of the Scientific Work Coordination Service of the university, since 2007, deputy chairman of the main editorial board of the "Proceedings of the Sokhumi State University", and Editor-in-Chief of the „Proceedings of Sokhumi State University“. Humanities, Social and Political Sciences Series. Papaskiri is Chairman of the Abkhazian Organization of the Georgian Historical Society by Ekvtime Takaishvili, and Editor-in-Chief of the „Historical Researches“ ("Saistorio Dziebani"). [1] also since 1998.

Zurab Papaskiri is a distinguished scientist in the fields of history of Georgia of the 10th to 13th centuries, history of Georgian Diplomacy and history of Abkhazia. He is author of more than 200 scientific-research publications, among them 11 books.

In 1998 he received a State Prize of Giorgi Shervashidze, in 2013 he was given the Order of Honour.

Literature[edit]

Zurab Papaskiri – 60. Inscribing Annals is Talking the Truth. The Collection is dedicated to the 60th birth anniversary of the Doctor of Historical sciences, Professor Zurab Papaskiri. Sokhumi State University Press. Tbilisi – 2010-2013.[1]

Selected bibliography[edit]

  • Georgia. Historical Past and Present. Tbilisi, 2016, 646 pg. (in Georgian)/https://www.academia.edu/36568616/Zurab_Papaskiri_Georgia._Historical_Past_and_Present_in_Georgian_.pdf/.
  • Another look at one of the false historical postulates of the Abkhazian separatist ideology:on the question of Abkhazias political-state status in 1921-1931. – The Caucasus & Globalization. Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies. Institute of studies of the Caucasus (Baku, Azerbaijan). CA&CC Press®. Sweden, 2012, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp. 168–180.[2]
  • Abkhazia and Abkhazians in the common Georgian ethno-cultural, political, and state expanse. Part I. - The Caucasus & Globalization. Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies. Institute of studies of the Caucasus (Baku, Azerbaijan). CA&CC Press®. Sweden, 2008, Volume 2, Issue 2, pp. 105–121.[3]
  • Abkhazia and Abkhazians in the common Georgian ethno-cultural, political, and state expanse. Part II. - The Caucasus & Globalization. Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies. Institute of studies of the Caucasus (Baku, Azerbaijan). CA&CC Press®. Sweden, 2008, Volume 2, Issue 4, pp. 95–107.[4]
  • The Byzantine Commonwealth and the International Status of the Georgian Political Units in the first half of the 10th Century. – The Caucasus & Globalization. Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies. Institute of studies of the Caucasus (Baku, Azerbaijan). CA&CC Press®. Sweden, 2011, Volume 5, Issue 3-4, pp. 126–144.[5]
  • A Question Mark in the History of Georgian-Seljuk Relations on the Eve of the Battle of Manzikert. – The Caucasus & Globalization. Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies. Institute of studies of the Caucasus (Baku, Azerbaijan). CA&CC Press®. Sweden, 2013, Volume 7, Issue 3-4, pp. 131–141.[6]
  • Unfalsified History (Monograph, in Russian, Summary in English). Second edition, revised and updated. Sokhumi State University Publishing House. Tbilisi, 2010, 596 pages.[7]
  • And Georgia Has Risen from Nikopsia to Daruband (Book, in Georgian). Sokhumi State University Publishing House. Tbilisi, 2009, 630 pages.[8]
  • Abkhazia is Georgia (Book, in Georgian). Publishing House: "Agmashenebeli". Tbilisi, 1998, 304 pages /in Georgian/ [9]
  • Medieval Georgia at the International Scene. Georgia’s Foreign-Policy Status in the 970s-1080s (Monograph, in Georgian). Publishing House: "Metsniereba". Tbilisi, 1991, 50 pages.[10]
  • Emergence of United Georgian Feudal State and Some Questions of Georgia’s Foreign-Policy Status (Monograph, in Georgian, Summary in Russian). Tbilisi University Press. Tbilisi, 1990, 225 pages.[11]
  • At the Origins of the Georgian-Russian Relations (Monograph, in Russian). Tbilisi University Press. Tbilisi, 1982, 151 pages [12]
  • My Abkhazia. Memoirs and Recollections. Tbilisi, 2012 (in Russian).[13]
  • Studies in History of Present-Day Abkhazia (Book, in Georgian, Summary in English and Russian). Part I. From Ancient Times till 1917. Publishing House: "Meridiani". Tbilisi, 2004, 316 pages.[14]
  • Studies in History of Present-Day Abkhazia (Book, in Georgian, Summary in English and Russian). Part II. 1917-1993 . Publishing House: "Meridiani". Tbilisi, 2007, 480 pages.[15]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://dspace.nplg.gov.ge/bitstream/1234/27363/1/Zurab_Papaskiri%20_%2060.pdf
  2. ^ http://cyberleninka.ru/article/n/another-look-at-one-of-the-false-historical-postulates-of-the-abkhazian-separatist-ideology-on-the-question-of-abkhazias-political-state
  3. ^ Zurab Papaskiri. Abkhazia and Abkhazians in the common Georgian ethno-cultural, political, and state expanse. Part I.
  4. ^ Zurab Papaskiri. Abkhazia and Abkhazians in the common Georgian ethno-cultural, political, and state expanse. Part II.
  5. ^ The Byzantine Commonwealth and the International Status of the Georgian Political Units in the first half of the 10th Century.
  6. ^ A Question Mark in the History of Georgian-Seljuk Relations on the Eve of the Battle of Manzikert.
  7. ^ Abkhazia: Unfalsified History
  8. ^ And Georgia Has Risen from Nikopsia to Daruband
  9. ^ https://www.academia.edu/29437456/Afxazeti_Saqartveloa_Abkhazia_is_Georgia_.pdf
  10. ^ Medieval Georgia at the International Scene. Georgia’s Foreign-Policy Status in the 970s-1080s
  11. ^ Emergence of United Georgian Feudal State and Some Questions of Georgia’s Foreign-Policy Status
  12. ^ https://www.academia.edu/29410426/%D0%A3_%D0%98%D0%A1%D0%A2%D0%9E%D0%9A%D0%9E%D0%92_%D0%93%D0%A0%D0%A3%D0%97%D0%98%D0%9D%D0%9E-%D0%A0%D0%A3%D0%A1%D0%A1%D0%9A%D0%98%D0%A5_%D0%9F%D0%9E%D0%9B%D0%98%D0%A2%D0%98%D0%A7%D0%95%D0%A1%D0%9A%D0%98%D0%A5_%D0%92%D0%97%D0%90%D0%98%D0%9C%D0%9E%D0%9E%D0%A2%D0%9D%D0%9E%D0%A8%D0%95%D0%9D%D0%98%D0%99.pdf
  13. ^ My Abkhazia. Memoirs and Recollections.
  14. ^ Studies in History of Present-Day Abkhazia (Book, in Georgian, Summary in English and Russian). Part I.
  15. ^ Studies in History of Present-Day Abkhazia (Book, in Georgian, Summary in English and Russian). Part II.

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