Documentation


Projet de recherche: St Georges et les patrons divins des hommes et des femmes dans les religions vernaculaires du Caucase.

St
              George, Adishi, Svaneti, Georgia: St George, the princess
              and the dragon (12th c.)

The miracle of St George, the princess and the dragon. Adishi, Svaneti, Georgia, 12th c. (photo by K Tuite)


Recent publications and drafts.

[2020] The Old Georgian version of the miracle of St George, the princess and the dragon, I. Text, commentary and translation (PDF).

[2020] The Old Georgian version of the miracle of St George, the princess and the dragon, II. Representations of George and his female counterpart in vernacular religion and folklore (PDF).

[2019] The affordances of Orthodox Christianity for Georgian vernacular religion (PDF).

[2017] Image-mediated diffusion and body shift in the cult of St Eustace in the western Caucasus (PDF)

[2017] St George in the Caucasus: politics, gender, mobility (PDF)

[2017] N. Tserediani, K. Tuite & P. Bukhrashvili. Women as bread-makers and ritual-makers. Gender, visibility and sacred space in Svaneti (PDF)

 
Evdokia Kozhevnikova and the ethnography of Svaneti in the 1920s and 1930s.

Drawing by Evdokia
                Kozhevnikova c. 1930

[2019] Soul food: The festival of Lipanali in Svaneti (PDF of PowerPoint presentation)

[2019] Evdokia Kozhevnikova and the ethnography of Svaneti in the early Soviet period (PDF of PowerPoint presentation)