New Georgian University is a research university in Poti, Georgia, founded in 2015.
New Georgian University was founded with the blessing of Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia and with the effort of the Metropolitan of Poti and Khobi Grigoli (Berbichashvili).
Collections of the Archive of Caucasian Philosophy and Theology and the university library include canonical texts, classical and contemporary texts of the history of philosophy, works of the Church Fathers, medieval Georgian authors, and contemporary Orthodox theologians.Read more
In 2018, the Archive of Caucasian Philosophy and Theology formed a research group that works on the study and publication of unpublished manuscripts of Georgian philosophers and theologians preserved at NGU.Read more
If you would like to learn more about our TNA services, you can contact us via email. Our TNA coordinators are happy to provide you with further information, and explain further how you can benefit from a TNA visit at our institute.
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