Vakhtang Guruli

Education:

  • 1971- 1976 -Tbilisi State University; Historian; Specialty: History 
  • 1976-1980 - Post Graduate Degree of Tbilisi State University;  Acad. Degree: Candidate of Historical Studies; Specialty: History 
  • 1998 - Tbilisi State University; Doctor of Historical Studies, Specialty: History 

Working Experience:

  • 1980-1984 - Teacher, Dept: History; Tbilisi State University
  • 1984-1998 - Docent; Dept.: History; Tbilisi State University
  • 1998-2009 - Professor; Dept.: History; Tbilisi State University
  • 2009-present: Professor, Dept.: History; St. Andrew The First Called Georgian University of Patriarchate of Georgia  

Publications:

  1. Title of Publication    Name of the Magazine, a Book, a number (year), pages  or  a title of book/monograph,  edition, publishing house, place, year  National Consciousness. Statehood.  Political Orientation     Publishing House “Universali”. Tbilisi, 2008. 38 pp. 
  2. Murderers of Georgia     Publishing House “Universali”. Tbilisi, 2008. 62 pp. 
  3. Crucified and Crucifiers      Publishing House “Universali”. Tbilisi, 2009. 108 pp.
  4. Georgia and Russia (From Protection to Annexation)      Publishing House “Universali”. Tbilisi, 2010. 185 pp.
  5. Abolishing the Independence of Georgian Apostolic Orthodox Church      Publishing House “Universali”. Tbilisi, 2010. 121 pp.
  6. Georgia and Environment. 1700-1921    Publishing House “Universali”. Tbilisi, 2010. 120 pp.
  7. Relation between Russia and Georgia. 1483-1921    Publishing House “Universali”. Tbilisi, 2011. 120 pp.
  8. Historiography of New and The Newest History of Georgia (1801-1991)     Publishing House “Universali”. Tbilisi, 2011. 103 pp. 
  9. Tao-Klarjeti, Lazeti and Phereidani in Plans opf Political Government of Soviet Union. Documents and Materials (1944-1951)    Publishing House “Universali”. Tbilisi, 2012. 112 pp. (co-author L. Jikia) 
  10. Georgian Borders in International Treaties (1918-1921)    Publishing House “Universali”. Tbilisi, 2013. 39 pp. 
  11. გეორგიევსკის ტრაქტატი (1783 წ.)    Publishing House “Universali”. Tbilisi, 2013. 56 pp.
  12. The Subject of Tao-Klarjeti, Lazeti and Ajaria in International Relations during 1812- 1953     Publishing House “Meridiani”. Tbilisi, 2013. 235 pp. (co-author L. Jikia)  
  13. Ilia  Publishing House “Artanuji”. Tbilisi, 2014. 236 pp. 
  14. King-Father     Publishing House “Artanuji”. Tbilisi, 2014. 238 pp.
  15. Borders of Georgia (1917-1938) Essence. Documents and Materials     Publishing House “Meridiani”. Tbilisi, 2014. 178 + 8 pp. (co-author S. Vardosanidze, K. Kharadze, L. Jikia)  
  16. History of Georgian National Border (1917-1957). Research. Documents and Materials     Georgian University Press. Tbilisi, 2015. 308 pp. (co-authors S. Vardosanidze, K. Kharadze, L. Jikia, M. Kvaratskelia) 
  17. Klukhori and Akhalkhevi. Documents and Materials. (1943-1957)    Georgian University Press. Tbilisi, 2015. 180 pp. (co-author M. Kvaratskelia)
  18. Shamil and Georgians     Georgian University Press. Tbilisi, 2017. 192 pp. (co-author D. Oboladze)
  19. New History of Georgia (1801-1918). Book I Georgian University Press. Tbilisi, 2017. 647 pp.
  20. New History of Georgia (1801-1918). Book II Georgian University Press. Tbilisi, 2018. 627 pp.
  21. King Erekle and Russia; Georgian University Press. Tbilisi, 2018. 328 pp.
  22. Georgia an Independent State of Full Rights (1918)     Georgian University Press. Tbilisi, 2018. 175 pp.
  23. Noe Jhordania. Political Portrait     Korneli Kekelidze Georgian National Center of Manuscripts. Tbilisi, 2018. 180 pp.  

Participation in Scientific Congresses/Forums:

  1. 28-29 October 2011 - International Congress: Goderdzi Chokheli – Creativity Without Borders     Tbilisi     Goderdzi Chokheli’s World 
  2. 11-13 November 2015 - International Congress “Problems and Prospects of Kargtvelological Studies”     Tbilisi    Foreign-political orientation of Georgia (March of 1917 – May of 1918) 
  3. 26-29 September 2018 - International Kartvelological Congress “100 Years of Tbilisi State University”. II. Abstracts     Tbilisi    Two Independences (26 May 1918 and 31 March 1991) History and Heredity