Maia Nadareishvili


Dr Maia Nadareishvili is the founder, editor-in-chief, content designer, technical editor, translator, and author of the academic journal BRAMS issued by the British, American and Kartvelian (Georgian) studies Institute BRAMS; web administrator, content writer and manager, the copyright holder of BRAMS Institute website.

 

EDUCATION

  • PhD in International Journalism, Diploma #003096, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (2002)
  • Diploma in Law (JD), Diploma E#002266, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (2001)
  • Masters Degree (Hons) in International Journalism, Diploma AH#00415, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (1997)
  • General Education Diploma, Tbilisi Public School #55 (1993)

 

MAIN PUBLICATIONS

Author of eleven books (including eight monographs), over 30 academic articles (ten of them published in the International peer-reviewed and refereed journals), and over 200 feature articles and interviews. Co-author of three books (selected publications by Georgian journalists). Editor of several multilingual editions (in English, Russian, and Georgian languages)

 

MONOGRAPHS

  • Fiesta, or Presidential Elections in the Mirror of the American Press (1997)
  • Diversity of Headline in the American Print Media (1999)
  • Alpha & Omega of Publicistic Writing Skills: Lead and Ending (2002)
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall (2008)
  • The Media and Political Image (2011)
  • The Media Mill: Political Communication (2020)
  • Deontology Through the International Media Law (2021)

 

BOOKS

  • Where Music Reigns Supreme (2006)
  • Vocalises (2005)
  • The Map of Georgia Kept in the Chest Pocket (2004)
  • Footprints 3 (2002) (selected publications by Georgian journalists)
  • Footprints 2 (2001) (selected publications by Georgian journalists)
  • Footprints (2000) (selected publications by Georgian journalists)

 

ACADEMIC ARTICLES

  • Freedom of the Media and the Human Right to Be Lazy, Academy of Gelati Journal, N9-10 September-October, Kutaissi: Publishing House Intellect, 2018
  • Evolution of Caption, peer-reviewed academic journal BRAMS, Vol. 2 Autumn, British and American Studies Institute at Grigol Robakidze University, Tbilisi, 2018
  • Politics Behind the Hijab, peer-reviewed academic journal BRAMS, Vol. 1 Summer, British and American Studies Institute at Grigol Robakidze University, Tbilisi, 2018
  • The Concept of Spirit of the Time: From Amexit to Brexit, Journal of Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU), Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2018
  • The Theory of Success and the Woman’s Position in the US, Journal of American Studies (No. 19), Institute of American Studies (IAS) at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU), Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2018
  • The Media, Memetics and the Hyperinformedness Syndrom of Society, Caucasus International University Herald, Tbilisi: Publishing House Universal, 2011, #3, pp. 142-147, 206, 218, 229
  • Two New American Bills Introduced for the Legal Regulation of the Media, Caucasus International University Herald, Tbilisi: Publishing House Universal, 2011, #3, pp. 92-100, 203, 215, 226-227
  • The Citizen Journalists in the Modern Media, Caucasus International University Herald, Tbilisi: Publishing House Universal, 2010, #2, pp. 51-55
  • The Compositional Ribs of the Media Text, Caucasus International University Herald, Tbilisi: CIU Editorial Office, 2009, #1, pp. 143-148
  • The Dawn of the French Political Press, Scientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 11, Tbilisi: 2008, pp. 79-82
  • The Image of a Leader in the Media, Scientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 9, Tbilisi: 2006, pp. 55-57
  • The Press Council in the Netherlands, Scientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 8, Tbilisi: 2005, pp. 97-100
  • The American Media as a Symbol of FreedomScientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 7, Tbilisi: 2005, pp. 99-102
  • Western Individualism: the Day After TomorrowJournal of American Studies (No. 4), the Georgian Association for American Studies (GAAS), Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2005
  • Bill Clinton’s My LifeScientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 6, Tbilisi: 2004, pp. 89-95
  • Two Black Fridays of Two Different Centuries in the American MediaJournal of American Studies (No. 3), the Georgian Association for American Studies (GAAS), Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2004, pp. 208-213
  • Hillary Clinton and the American MediaScientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 5, Tbilisi: 2003, pp. 59-62
  • Political Shadows Beside the Presidents of the USScientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 3, Tbilisi: 2003, pp. 57-64
  • The Media and the Stereotypes of Political Leaders«Philosophical Problems of the Media» (collected articles of the scientific conference), World Philosophy Day at UNESCO, Tbilisi, 2003, pp. 55-60
  • The Role of the American Media in Shaping the Images of PoliticiansJournal of American Studies (No. 2), the Georgian Association for American Studies (GAAS), Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2003, pp. 277-279
  • The Press and the Political SymbolsScientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 3, Tbilisi: 2002, pp. 88-91
  • Art of Finishing the News Story, Scientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 2, Tbilisi: 2002, pp. 40-42
  • Shaping the Image of Political Figures by the MediaRepublican Scientific Conference of the Georgian Universities at Tbilisi State University (Abstracts), Journalism (Vol. 10), Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2002, pp. 14-16
  • Three Main Types of Headline in the Modern American Press, Tbilisi University Works, Vol.336, Journalism, Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2002, pp. 73-89
  • Italian ‘Fine’ and American ‘Ending’Scientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 1, Tbilisi: 2001, pp. 34-36
  • Diversity of Headline in the Italian and American Print Media, Republican Scientific Conference of the Georgian Universities at Tbilisi State University (collected articles of the scientific conference), Journalism (Vol. 9), Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2001, pp. 83-87
  • Diversity of Headline in Modern American Magazines, History & Philology (Collection of the Scientific Researches), Vol. 2, Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2000, pp. 945-953
  • Publicistic Parallels Between the Italian and American Press, History & Philology (Collection of the Scientific Researches), Vol. 2, Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2000, pp. 938-944
  • The Sensational Headlines, Bulletin of the Georgian Academy of Sciences, Volume 162, Number 4, Tbilisi, 2000, p. 55-56
  • The Ending of a Publicistic Text (According to the Modern American Press)Collection of the Scientific Researches «Sazrisi», Jacob Gogebashvili National Institute of Educational Sciences, Vol. 3, Tbilisi: Publishing House «Tsis Nami», 2000, pp. 104-109
  • The Lead in the News Stories, Collection of the Scientific Researches «Sazrisi», Jacob Gogebashvili National Institute of Educational Sciences, Vol. 2, Tbilisi: Publishing House «Tsis Nami», 1999, pp. 53-57

 

CONFERENCES

  • Students Scientific Conference at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, 1993 to 1997
  • Graduate and Postgraduate Students Scientific Conference at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (1998):
  1. Three main types of a headline in the modern American press, Tbilisi University Works, Vol. 336, Journalism, 1998, pp. 73-89
  • Republican Scientific Conference of the Georgian Universities at Tbilisi State University (1999 to 2004):
  1. Diversity of headlines in the Italian and American print media, Journalism (Vol. 9), 2001, pp. 83-87
  2. Shaping the image of political figures by the media, Journalism (Vol. 10), 2002, pp. 14-16
  • Scientific Conference «Philosophical Problems of the Media» dedicated to World Philosophy Day at UNESCO (2003 and 2018):
  1. The media and the stereotypes of political figures (2003), Philosophic Problems of the Media (journal), 2003, pp. 55-60
  2. The concept of Spirit of the Time: from Amexit to Brexit, Journal of Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU), Tbilisi, 2018
  • International Annual Conference on American Studies organised by the Institute of American Studies (IAS) at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU) and the Georgian Association for American Studies (GAAS), (2003 to 2018):
  1. The role of the American media in shaping the images of politicians, Journal of American Studies (No. 2), 2003, pp. 277-279
  2. Two black Fridays of two different centuries in the American media, Journal of American Studies (No. 3), 2004, pp. 208-213
  3. Western individualism: the day after tomorrow, Journal of American Studies (No. 4), 2005
  4. The theory of success and woman’s position in the US, Journal of American Studies (No. 19), 2018
  5. The stereotype of Evita in Latin America, Journal of American Studies (No. 20), 2019
  • International Conference on Importance of Criminology for the State and Its Place in the System of Sciences, organised by Georgian Academy of Criminology (24-26 May 2019):
  1. A psychological and political analysis of crime, Scientific-Practical Journal Criminologist, Georgian Academy of Criminology, 2019

 

THESIS SUPERVISOR / REVIEWER / OPPONENT

  • The opponent of a dissertation: ‘Problems And Tendencies of Musical Criticism In the Modern Georgian Press (1990 to 2002)’ by Alexander Beridze, Tbilisi State University, 28th April 2006
  • Bachelor’s theses supervisor: Faculty of Journalism, Tbilisi State University, 2002 to 2005
  • Master’s theses reviewer: Faculty of Journalism, Tbilisi State University, 2002 to 2005

 

BOOK EDITOR / REVIEWER

  • Editor: Media Theories of Foreign Countries (2011) by Zurgan Gemazashvili, CIU Journalism Library, Volume 3, Tbilisi
  • Reviewer: Media Theories of Foreign Countries (2011) by Zurgan Gemazashvili, CIU Journalism Library, Volume 3, Tbilisi
  • Reviewer: Hamlet. Romeo And Juliet (2000), translated from English to Georgian by Zurgan Gemazashvili, Tbilisi

 

JOURNALISM WORK EXPERIENCE

  • 2018 onwards, academic journal BRAMS (BRAMS Institute): Founder, Editor-in-Chief, Content Designer, Technical Editor, Translator, Author
  • 2018 onwards, brams.ge (BRAMS Institute website): domain owner, web administrator, content writer and manager, the copyright holder
  • 1992 onwards, Georgian digital and print media: International Political Analyst
  • 2018, Voice of Georgia (FM 107.9), Radio Programme AmBriS: Presenter
  • 2007 to 2014, Our Writers (Chveni Mtserloba, magazine): Columnist, Author
  • 2010 to 2012, CIU Herald (scientific journal of Caucasus International University): Media Studies Section Editor, Subeditor, Head of the Public Relations Office, Journal Design Copyright holder, Content Designer, Technical Editor, Author, Translator
  • 2003 to 2004, Press Centre at the Supreme Court of Georgia, Court Today (magazine): International Law Reporter, Columnist, Translator
  • 2000 to 2004, Morning Newspaper (Dilis Gazeti, newspaper): International Journalist, Political Analyst, Columnist, the first professional Georgian Blogger, Translator, Interpreter
  • 1994 to 1998, Peace to All (Mshvidoba Kovelta, the monthly newspaper of International Women Association the Georgian Women for Peace and Life): Journalist, Interpreter
  • 1993 to 2000, Tbilisi (metropolitan daily): Author, Special Correspondent, Columnist, Translator
  • 1993, Nation (Eri, newspaper): Author
  • 1992 to 1993, Defeat (Dzlevai, newspaper): Journalist, Translator

 

SCHOLARSHIPS, PRIZES, AWARDS

  • Nominated for the National Literature Prize Saba-2006 (2006)
  • The Golden Wing, awarded for outstanding research of problems of the Georgian press, given by the International Foundation of Journalists (2005)
  • The best article on Italian Studies certificate, reward and prize winner, Scientific Conference at Tbilisi State University, Department of French Language (1999)
  • First prize winner certificate and monetary reward, Scientific Conference dedicated to the 80th anniversary of Tbilisi State University (1998)
  • Nominated for the Georgian Journalist Prize the Golden Pen (1998)
  • The Best Young Journalist Prize, awarded by the Federation of Journalists of Georgia (1997)
  • Scholarship of Tbilisi State University Scientific Board (1996-1997)
  • Scholarship of Tbilisi State University (1993-1996)

 

MEMBERSHIPS

  • Georgian Academy of Criminology, Membership ID No.12 (2018 onwards)
  • The Federation of Journalists of Georgia, Membership ID No. 2481 (1996 onwards)
  • The Council of Women at Tbilisi State University (1998 to 2005)

 

COMPUTER PROGRAM SKILLS

  • Operating Systems: Mac OS-X, Microsoft Windows,
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint),
  • Microsoft Project, Microsoft FrontPage, Visio,
  • iWorks (Pages, Keynote),
  • Photoshop, Vector Graphics Software, Internet, Email, FTP

 

LANGUAGES

  • Georgian
  • English
  • Russian
  • Italian
  • Turkish