შოთა რუსთაველის ქართული ლიტერატურის ინსტიტუტი
SHOTA RUSTAVELI INSTITUTE OF GEORGIAN LITERATURE
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0108,  Tbilisi,  Kostava str. 5     fax: (995 32) 299-53-00   Phone: (995 32) 299-53-00; 298-26-76   E-mail: litinstituti@yahoo.com  



Shota Rustaveli Institute of Georgian Literature represents the research centre dedicated to Georgian literature and problems associated with the study of literature.
The purpose of the institute is carrying out fundamental and applied research pertaining to Georgian literature as well as literature theory and folklore, and supporting the implementation of products of its study into practice. Also, conduct textological research (including digital), and prepare and implement academic editions of Georgian classics.
One of the main functions of the institute is the implementation of scientific projects - fundamental, applied, conference, etc. - in accordance with modern standards of philological research. Implementation that allows the Georgian philological school to integrate into the humanitarian and philological processes of the world.
One of the most important links in the scientific activity of the Institute of Literature since its foundation has been publishing activity, which is carried out in several areas: edition of scientific collections and journals, monographs; preparation and publication of academic multi-volume Georgian classics; preparation and publication of auxiliary manuals for higher educational institutions (which is one of the main conditions for the integration of the institute into the educational space); Implementation of international publishing projects (monographs, collections, conference proceedings, etc.).
The Institute of Literature pays great attention to international relations: close cooperation with similar academic centers in the West, deepening and development of communications, development of joint projects.
The Shota Rustaeli Institute of Georgian Literature is a scientific center of a modern type, in which scientists of different generations work, and the process of generational change proceeds smoothly and harmoniously.

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