Sergo Vardosanidze

Sergo Vardosanidze (Georgian: სერგო ვარდოსანიძე) is a Georgian historian. He serves as the Professor and Rector of the Saint Andrew the First-Called Georgian University of the Patriarchate of Georgia.[1]

Sergo Vardosanidze
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BornDecember 3, 1955 (1955-12-03) (age 67)
Academic background
Academic work
InstitutionsSt. Andrew the First-Called Georgian University Of the Patriarchate of Georgia

Early lifeEdit

He graduated from Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani in Tbilisi State Pedagogical Institute. He completed a postgraduate course at Iv. Javakhishvili Institute of History and Ethnology of Academy of Sciences of Georgia, specializing in History of Georgia. PhD (History), Professor.


He worked at K.D.Ushinski #1 experimental school as a history teacher and deputy headmaster. At Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani Tbilisi Pedagogical University he was an associate professor, full professor of Georgian history, and chair and dean of Department of History. He was pro-rector and Georgian History Chair at Tbilisi Ecclesiastical Academy and Seminary.[2]



  1. ^ "პროფესორი სერგო ვარდოსანიძე - 60" – via
  2. ^ Sergo Vardosanidze

External linksEdit

  • A History of the Orthodox Church of Georgia, 1811 to the Present (in English, Switzerland, 2006, co-author. (1917-2002).