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სოციალურ, ჰუმანიტარულ მეცნიერებათა და განათლების ფაკულტეტი

Prof. Dr. David Aptsiauri

High rank diplomat, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Georgia to the Peoples’ Republic of China is the professor of the American Studies department, where he had taught American Economy course in 2009 – 2014, and since 2014 – present has been delivering seminars on the latest economic achievements and perspectives.2004 – 2008 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Georgia to the Republic of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.2002 – 2004 First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia.1997 – 2000 Director of the Department for International economic Relations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia.1994 – 1997 Counselor of the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Georgia to the United Nations, New York, USA.1993 – 1994 First Secretary of the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Georgia to the United Nations, New York.1995 – 1996 Adjunct Professor of the School of International Relations of the Columbia University in the city of New York. Delivered the course of lectures entitled “The History and Politics of Modern Georgia”, New York.


Gela Charkviani

Georgian diplomat, educator and television personality was the Ambassador of Georgia to the UK and Ireland (2006-2008).Was Chief Foreign Policy Advisor to President Shevardnadze (1992 – 2003).Was speaksperson to president Saakashvili (2005).Anchored the Georgia TV’s monthly “Globe” program (1976 – 1994).After a semester post-graduate studies at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbour, USA in 1970, taught English for 25 years, and later on Culture at the Chavchavadze Foreign Languages Institute and the Tbilisi State University.Leads debate classes on “American Institutions” at the American Studies Program


Prof. Dr. Nugzar Rukhadze

A well-known public figure, linguist and diplomat gained his doctoral degree in St. Petersburg, Russia. He is an American citizen, currently living in Tbilisi.Since 2007 has been the Editor of the English language weekly ‘Georgian Journal,’ published in Tbilisi, Georgia.Is the author of about six hundred articles, twenty scientific papers and two books.Has anchored a political talk show and the English language news on Channel One and TV-3 His radio lessons for learners of English have enjoyed a huge popularity throughout the country. Is the winner of regional Emmy Award for television excellence in USA while working there as a correspondent of Channel 11 in Atlanta, Georgia.He will be sharing his rich experience with students of the American  Studies Program through the courses entitled :” American Politics,” and “American Media”.


Prof. Dr. NugzarSikharulidze

Dr. Sikharulidze has a rich professional experience: 2002- present professor of the American Studies Program delivering the courses: American Media, American Geography, Oral, Written Translation.2000-2012- Head of the English Language Department (GTU). 1994-2000- First Director of Georgian American Institute of Public Administration (GIPA). 1981-1994- Director of the School for Simultaneous Translation, I. Chavchavadze State Institute of Foreign Languages. 1977-1981- Committee on Economic Assistance, Iraq (CEA) Translator.1971-1972- Committee on Economic Assistance (CEA) Tanzania, Translator ( Russian-English).1996- Executive training, National Academy of Public Administration, Washington D.C., USA.1987- IREX, student, American Studies, Georgetown University, Washington D.C., USA.1983-1986- Ph.D. in Philology, Moscow Linguistic University (Former Institute of Foreign Languages)


Prof. Dr. OriSoltes

The American professor of Georgetown University in Washington DC, USA is annually delivering a course entitled “American Novel” at the American Studies program of the faculty. The scope of lectures delivered by the multi-erudite professor in American Universities is limitless: University of Maryland (USA) – Professor of Art History (1999).George Washington University (USA) – Professor in Humanities (1992).Cleveland College (USA) – Professor in Philosophy (1980 – 1983).The John Hopkins University (USA) – Professor of Etymology, Indo-European Linguistics (1987 – 1988).Cleveland State University (USA) – Professor of Classical Languages, Ancient History and Religion (1984 – 1985, 1988).Princeton University (USA) – Professor of Latin, Greek and Latin Literature (1976 – 78), etc.Author of thirteen books, and hundreds of professional papers, catalogues.


Prof. Dr. Tamar Shioshvili

Dean of the Faculty of Education and Humanities, Coordinator of the American Studies Programs.Fulbright professor at the George Washington University in Washington D.C., USA in 2004-2005 years.Covered “American Studies Curriculum Design” program for professors in Washington D.C., USA in 2001.Initiated the American Studies B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. English programs first time in Georgia at the International Black Sea University (2002, 2006, 2008, 2013).Covered English Language Study program for professors: “Teaching Methodology, British Life and Culture” at the University of Leeds, Great Britain.Ph.D. in  Philological Sciences (Lexicology)-Morris Torres Institute, Moscow, 1979.Teaches courses: American Culture and Society; American Multicultural Studies; American Women’s History; Women’s Studies in the US.Author of numerous scientific works.