Education: Master of Soviet Studies (Ilia State University).
Position: Research Coordinator at the Center for the Study of Social Movements, Ilia State University; Teacher Assistant at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Ilia State University.
Research Interests: Soviet and Post-Soviet History and Politics; Georgian Political Elite; Social Movements; LGBTQ movements and activism in Georgia; Georgian-Abkhazian and Georgian-Ossetian Dialogue.
Languages: Georgian, English, and Russian.
Tamar Tolordava holds MA degree in Soviet Studies from Ilia State University, the faculty of Arts and Sciences. In 2013, she obtained Erasmus Mundus Alrakis 2 scholarship and was studying at Tallinn University. Currently she is working as a research coordinator at the center for the study of social movements and also is a teacher assistant at the faculty of arts and sciences at Ilia State University. In 2017 the book “From Revolution to Social Movements? The Dynamics of Protest in Georgia in the 21st Century” was published under her edition. Since 2015, she is actively involved in Georgian-Abkhazian and Georgian-Ossetian dialogue.
2017 - From Revolution to Social Movements? The Dynamics of Protest in Georgia in the 21st Century. Tbilisi. Editor.
2017 - Tolordava, Tamar. Battle for 17th of May - How Counter-Demonstrators "Stole" IDAHOT Day, in: From Revolution to Social Movements? The Dynamics of Protest in Georgia in the 21st Century, Tbilisi.
2016 - Matiasvhili, Mariam and Tolordava, Tamar (2016). Batumi and Kutaisi - Agents of Georgia's Modernization, in: Reconstructions of History, Tbilisi.