Pro Georgia


„Pro Georgia. Journal of Kartvelological Studies”

Nr ISSN 1230-1604

Publisher: Centre for East European Studies UW

Archival issues

St. Grigol Peradze Award

Appearing since 1991. In its 25 years of activity (1991-2016), it has become one of the most important academic publications dedicated to the wide-ranging subject of Kartvelogical (Georgian) and Caucasian issues, not only in Poland, but in the rest of Europe.

The journal has allready profound achivements in numerous fields, especially in presenting research on Caucasian history and culture. It combines representatives of various scientific disciplines and specialities, gathered around kartveological and Caucasian issues. It contains articles by historians, art and literature historians, philologits, ethnologists, archeologists, theologists.  “Pro Georgia” is presently the best known and most respected forum for discussion and presenatation of research results for shcolars not only from Poland but all over the world.

25 issues of the journal have allready been published. „Pro Georgia. Journal of Kartvelological Studies” is a classic publication. It remains a basic point of refference for any serious Kartvelologist and researcher focused on Caucasus.


Editorial team of  “Pro Georgia”

David Kolbaia, Phd – editor-in-chief

Sophio Jvania – secretary of the editorial team

prof. Wojciech Materski

Henryk Paprocki, PhD

Jan Malicki, dr h.c.

Contact –

Distribution –


Correspondence adress:

Centre for East European Studies

University of Warsaw

26/28 Krakowskie Przedmieście str.

00-927 Warsaw


Academic Board of „Pro Georgia”

Zaza Alexidze, Korneli Kekelidze Georgian National Center of Manuscripts, Tbilisi

Andrzej Furier, University of Szczecin

Jost Gippert, Goethe University of Frankfurt

Metropolitan Andrew (Gvazava), Gori and Ateni Eparchy

Gocha Japaridze, Tbilisi State University

Radosław Karasiewicz-Szczypiorski, University of Warsaw

Vakhtang Licheli, Tbilisi State University

Stanisław Liszewski, University of Łódź

Hirotake Maeda, Professor, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan

Georges Mamoulia, docteur en histoire de l’Ecole des hautes études

en sciences sociales (EHESS), Paris

Lech Mróz, University of Warsaw

Bernard Outtier, Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Paris

Andrzej Pisowicz – Jagiellonian University, Krakow

Annegret Plontke-Luening, Friedrich Schiller University, Jena

Manana Tandashvili, Goethe University of Frankfurt

Sophia Vashalomidze, Martin Luther University, Halle-Wittenberg


Reviewers of „Pro Georgia” in 2019

– Georges Mamoulia, EHESS, Paris

– Emzar Kakhidze, Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University

– Giorgi Cheishvili, Tbilisi State University

– Grzegorz Mazur, Jagiellonian University

– Mariam Chkhartishvili, Tbilisi State University

– Gocha Japaridze, Tbilisi State University

– Bernard Outtier, C.N.R.S. Paris