The interdisciplinary lecture course "Georgia from the beginnings to the Middle Ages" continues at the University of Bern
On Monday, October 30, the 6th lecture of the Georgian studies semester "Georgia from the beginnings to the Middle Ages" will be held at the University of Bern, which will be dedicated to archeology and the human evolution. The topic of the lecture is "Dmanisi hominins: behavior, lifestyle and death", which will be held by Georgian archeologist, Senior Researcher of the Georgian National Museum, Dr. of the University of Zurich, Professor Ann Margvelashvili.
The lecture course is intended for students, scientists as well as for free listeners who are interested in Georgian studies.
The interdisciplinary course is a joint unique project of the Embassy of Georgia to the Swiss Confederation, the Humanities Faculties of the Universities of Bern and Fribourg, within the framework of which Georgian and foreign professors and lecturers give lectures on Georgian history, culture, archeology, art, Georgian language and writing, Georgian chants, folklore, and polyphony.
Start: 2:15 pm
Venue: University of Bern, UniS, Schanzeneckstrasse 1, 3012 Bern, auditorium A-122.