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Background Information

Employment History

International Qajar Studies Association


Professor

The Institute of Africa and Asia


Web References(13 Total References)


biosamsterdamleiden2011

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Irene Natchkebia
Dr. Irene Natchkebia was born in 1956 in Tbilisi, Georgia. In the years 1972-1977 she studied at the Department of Human Geography of Tbilisi State University. In 1976-1977 - MA Student at the Department of Human Geography, University of Lodz, Poland. From 1983 to the present she is researcher at Tsereteli Institute of Oriental Studies of Georgian Academy of Sciences. From 1996 to the present she collaborates with the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique -- Monde Iranien in Paris. From 1991 to 2000 she was Professor at The Institute of Africa and Asia and at the Faculty of the Oriental Studies of Tbilisi State University. Courses taught: Human Geography of Asia and North Africa; Human Geography of Iran; Human Geography of Turkey; Geopolitics. Her area of specialisation is the political interests of Europe towards Persia, the Ottoman Empire, and the Caucasus in the late eighteenth and the first quarter of the nineteenth century. Irene Natchkebia is the author of numerous articles and books focusing on the relatoins between Persia and Georgia and in particular those of France under Napoleon with Persia. She can be reached: irnat@hotmail.com


biosamsterdamleiden2011

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Irene Natchkebia
Dr. Irene Natchkebia was born in 1956 in Tbilisi, Georgia. In the years 1972-1977 she studied at the Department of Human Geography of Tbilisi State University. In 1976-1977 - MA Student at the Department of Human Geography, University of Lodz, Poland. From 1983 to the present she is researcher at Tsereteli Institute of Oriental Studies of Georgian Academy of Sciences. From 1996 to the present she collaborates with the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique -- Monde Iranien in Paris. From 1991 to 2000 she was Professor at The Institute of Africa and Asia and at the Faculty of the Oriental Studies of Tbilisi State University. Courses taught: Human Geography of Asia and North Africa; Human Geography of Iran; Human Geography of Turkey; Geopolitics. Her area of specialisation is the political interests of Europe towards Persia, the Ottoman Empire, and the Caucasus in the late eighteenth and the first quarter of the nineteenth century. Irene Natchkebia is the author of numerous articles and books focusing on the relatoins between Persia and Georgia and in particular those of France under Napoleon with Persia. She can be reached: irnat@hotmail.com


IQSA: War and Peace Conference: Cambridge/Speaker Bios

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Irene Natchkebia is the author of numerous articles and books focusing on the relatoins between Persia and Georgia and in particular those of France under Napoleon with Persia.
She can be reached: irnat@hotmail.com


abstractsamsterdamleiden2011

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Irene Natchkebia:The Royal Court of Tabriz Viewed by French Dragoman August Andréa de Nerciat (1807-1808)
Irene Natchkebia, Ilia State University's G. Tsereteli Institute of Oriental Studies Department of Modern and Early Modern History of the Middle East.


abstractsboston2012

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2) Irene Natchkebia and Irina Koshoridze, "The Brilliance and Poverty of Women in the Qajar Epoch."


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