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Author (s): Teimuraz Papaskiri
Birth Date: 1974-12-06
Language: Eng
Gender: მამრობითი

About Author

Date of Birth:

December 6, 1974

Profession:

Historian

Speciality:

Modern and Contemporary History of Europe and America

Degree:

Ph.D. Thesis: “The Problems of Preparing and Opening of the Second Front in US-British Diplomacy. 1941-1943

Current Position:

Full Professor in Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Faculty of Humanities;

Deputy Dean of Faculty of Humanities in Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Books:

“Big Three Conferences (Tehran, Yalta, Potsdam). Tbilisi, Meridiani Publishing House, 2010.

“Big Three Diplomacy during the Final Stage of War in Europe. September 1944 - May 1945. Tbilisi, Press of Sokhumi Branch of Tbilisi State University, 2006, 400 pages.

The Problems of Preparing and Opening of the Second Front in US-British Diplomacy. 1941-1943. Tbilisi, Tbilisi State University, 2002, 212 pages.

Stalin, Churchill and Roosevelt against Hitler. 1941-1945. Diplomatic Relations and Military Actions. Tbilisi, Aghmashenebeli Publishing House, 1996, 160 pages.

Textbooks:

Contemporary history of Europe and America. 1914-1945. Part 1. Tbilisi, Meridiani Publishing House, 2010.

 

Family:

Married, one daughter.

 

Professional Activities:

Member of Georgian E. Takaishvili historical society;

Member of the editors group of Georgian E. Takaishvili historical society’s Abkhazian regional organization’s annual “Historical Researches” („საისტორიო ძიებანი“).

Scholarships and Fellowships:

Scholarship of President of Georgia - 2000-2003;

Faculty Development Fellowship by Open Society Institute - New York - 2004-2006.

Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst (DAAD) – 2007

Georgian National Scholarship for the Young Researchers – 2009

Positions Held:

1998-2003 - Lecturer at the World History Department, Sokhumi Branch of Tbilisi State University

2003-2006 - Dotsent at the World History Department, Sokhumi Branch of Tbilisi State University;

2005-2006 - Lecturer at the History Department, University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire (Spring Semester 2005 and Spring Semester 2006);

2005-2006 - Program Leader in History of Diplomacy and International Relations, Sokhumi Branch of Tbilisi State University;

2006-2009 - Associate Professor in Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, World History Institute;

2007-2008 - Coordinator of History, Archaeology, Ethnology and Cultural Studies Directions in Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Hobby:

Member of Georgian intellectual club “What? Where? When?” and  team “Pentium”, Sokhumi since 1997.

Titles:

Champion of the Southern Caucasus in “What? Where? When?” -  2002;

Champion of Georgia in “What? Where? When?”  -  2006;

Champion of Tbilisi in “What? Where? When?”  -  1998, 2002, 2004, 2006 (Spring), 2006 (Fall), 2007 (Fall);

Champion of Georgian “Jeopardy Superleague - 2007 (Fall);

Vice-Champion of Georgia in “What? Where? When?”  -  1998; 2005;

Quarterfinalist of the First Nations Cup in “What? Where? When?” - 2005;

Captain of the Georgian National Team at the First Nations Cup in  “What? Where? When?” - 2005;

Vice-Champion of Georgia in “Jeopardy” - 2001;

Semifinalist in “Jeopardy” at the First Nations Cup in “What? Where? When?” - 2005.