Monday, November 11, 2013

BOOK: Savoring Georgia – A Personal Journey Through Time and Taste. Rusudan Gorgiladze in Berlin

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Einführende Worte: Prof. Dr. Alexander Kartosia
Das Buch von Rusudan Gorgiladze Savoring Georgia – A Personal Journey Through Rime and Taste – beschreibt die georgische Küche und Festtradition im Kontext der Weltkultur. Die Schriftstellerin erzählt über Herkunft und Verwendung von Lebensmitteln und Gewürzen, die den „georgischen Geschmack“ ausmachen.

Buchpräsentation mit Lesung von Rusudan Gorgiladze
Savoring Georgia – A Pesronal Journey Through Time and Taste
am Dienstag, den 19. November 2013 um 18:30 Uhr
in der Botschaft von Georgien
Rauchstrasse 11, 10787 Berlin

Rusudan Gorgiladze
Rusudan Gorgiladze trained as a psychologist, and is the author of publications in the fields of psychology, international affairs, culinary history, and culture. Her interests include ethno-psychology, anthropology, and the history and culture of food.
From 1979-1993, she worked as a neuropsychologist in the Central Clinical Hospital in Tbilisi, Georgia.

From 1993-2000, Rusudan Gorgiladze served as Chief Advisor to the President of Georgia, and participated in negotiations with international organizations, including the Council of Europe, the European Union, the World Bank, and others.
Rusudan was a Fellow at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University from 1996-1998.
In 2000 she was appointed First Deputy Minister of Education of Georgia and took an active part in reform of the education system.
In 2006, Rusudan was a Consultant at UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP).
From 2007–2010, she was Regional Director of Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) for Europe and a doctoral candidate in psychology at the University of Hildesheim in Germany.
This is her first book on the subject of culinary history. A Georgian language version of this book was
published in Tbilisi in September 2012.
Currently Rusudan Gorgiladze lives with her family in Berlin, Germany.

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