A team of seven from the BRAMS Institute staff works on a publishing project. The final product will be a monograph that explores the history of Georgia and the development of Georgian Radio through the 1980s and 1990s.
Vakhtang Nanitashvili, as the author, offers unique facts about creative changes and media reforms carried out on Georgian Radio under his supervision, witnessing and actively participating in the complicated processes. He also researches the peculiarities and historical significance of wireless as a medium, analyzes modern challenges and outlines the future perspectives of radio broadcasting.Read More
BRAMS Institute offers members of fellow institutions and think tanks to join their efforts in collaborative projects such as workshops, conferences, research scholar grants, etc.
BRAMS team members are interested in projects that address a topic on the scale of British and American Studies, an issue of concern from the area of its interest, or take a new approach to its relations with the rest of the world, notably Georgia.Read More