Kadmos is a peer-reviewed multi-disciplinary academic journal, published by Ilia State University (Tbilisi), which aims to challenge, provoke and excite thinking in the areas of the classics, literature and orature, linguistics, philosophy, cultural anthropology (ethnography, ethnology and mythology) and history (archeology). The journal appears annually and is sponsored by the Ilia State University. The editors welcome original contributions in the form of articles, reviews, notes from scholars in the humanities that will promote and foster its aims. The Journal’s Polemics section is intended to enhance debate between authors and the wider community. Polemics pieces can be mainly considered as responses to a published article, a shorter research note or report, or a commentary on research issues or professional practices. The Journal also contains a Reviews section.
The journal seeks to achieve the following objectives:
All research articles published in Research Section of the journal have undergone double-blind peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymized refereeing by at least two anonymous referees. Where a call for papers is issued for Special Issues, submissions passed for review by the Issue Editor are subject to the same double-blind review process as submissions to Research Section.
- To promote inter-disciplinary research in all areas of the humanities.
- To assist researchers at the pre-and post-doctorate levels, with a wealth of new and original material.
- To make ideas, topics, and processes in the humanities accessible to the interested public.
All papers are expected to be original contributions and not previously published nor currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. The reviewing lasts at least 4 weeks and the final approval or rejection will be send to authors by the end of October.
Papers should be 10 to 21 type written pages in English or Georgian, including endnotes (see For Authors)
For more information please contact Scientific Secretary of the Journal, Elene Tatishvili at email@example.com
Table of Contents
Saint George the Hagiorite and the Roman Church David Tinikashvili
The Humboldtian Concept of Language and Discourse as a Creative Act Eliso Odikadze
Odysseus’s Journey to Georgia: On Translating Heroism Ketevan Gurchiani
In Search of the Origins of Bronze Openwork Buckles from Georgia Mariam Gabashvili
The Category of Version in Georgian Sign Language Tamar Makharoblidze
Jocular Verbal Contests within a Group of Georgian Boys Miranda Gobiani
Synchronic Zurab Kiknadze Gigi Tevzadze
Professor Shushana Putkaradze’s Contribution to the Linguocultural Study of the Historical South-Western Part of Georgia Iza Chantladze
Zurab Kiknadze Nino Doborjginidze, Gigi Tevzadze, Iza Chantladze
“Thy youth is renewed like the eagle’s” Nino Doborjginidze
Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani and the Teachings of the Catholic Church Merab Ghaghanidze
What Celebration is Otsoba? Tamaz Kochlamazashvili
William Shakespeare’s Cymbeline: Literary and Oral Narratives Elene Gogiashvili
A New Apology of Job Zurab Kiknadze
The 20th Century Georgian Orthodox Church Nugzar Papuashvili
Do We Acquire or Lose? Reflections on Gigi Tevzadze's Pseudo-Baudrillard Paata Chkheidze
Mother Tongue as the Basis of National Identity in Professor Guram Ramishvili’s Energeistic Theory of Language Konstantin Bregadze
The Classics of the Philosophy of Freedom From Plato to Heidegger Maka Lashkhia
Report of an Archeological Exploration in Zeda Tsikhesoluri Village of Vani Municipality Guram Kipiani, Madona Mshvildadze
Ethnomusicological Expedition to Dedoplistskaro Tamaz Gabisonia
The Online Corpus of The Knight in the Panther’s Skin Irina Lobzhanidze
Gottfried Merzbacher, On the Ethnography of Eastern Georgian Highlands Khvtiso Mamisimedishvili
Gigi Khornauli. The Realm of Sunny Belief (Folklore materials reflecting beliefs and services to icons and shrines), Intellect, Tbilisi, 2013, 607 pp. Khvtiso Mamisimedishvili
Irine Asatiani. Laz Dictionary, Artanuji publishers, Tbilisi, 2012, 402 pp. Maia Lomia
Irine Asatiani. Laz (Chan) Texts, Artanuji publishers, Tbilisi, 2012, 40 pp. Maia Lomia
Maia Lomia. Rusudan Gersamia. Interlinear Morpheme-by-Morpheme Glossing (morphological analysis of Mingrelian texts), 168 pp. Zurab Kiknadze
Maia Lomia, Rusudan Gersamia, Mingrelian Texts, 199 pp. Zurab Kiknadze
Nugzar Papuashvili. Aus der jüngsten Vergangenheit der georgischen orthodoxen Kirche – Die Erneuerung der Autokephalie und die Reformen. Drei kirchenhistorische Studien mit einführendem Aufsatz und Beilagen Tamar Chumburidze
Konstantine Bregadze. Georgian Modernism, Tbilisi, Meridiani, 2013, 435 pp. Gaga Lomidze
Kakha Katsitadze. Existence and Madness, Georgian Biographical Centre, Tbilisi, 2013, 262 pp. Zurab Kiknadze
Joseph Naveh. The Development of the Aramaic Script. Translated from English, introduced and commented by Elene Giunashvili. Ilia Levan Kiknavelidze
Karl Horst Schmidt (1929-2012) Winfried Boeder
Ariane Chanturia (1925-2013) Zurab Kiknadze
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