In the recent issue of Caucasus Survey was published a review on the book Caucasus Conflict Culture: Anthropological Perspectives on Times of Crisis. This edited volume is based on the conference with the same name, which took place in Tbilisi in November 2011. The first round of Caucasus Conflict Culture was a classic academic symposium before we switched in 2012 with CCC2 to student research projects.
The reviewer Kevin Tuite writes on the book: “This reader’s overall impression of the Caucasus Conflict Culture collection is highly positive. The fieldwork-based studies presented by most of the contributors, despite (better yet, because of) their limited scope, offer welcome alternative voices and narratives to the dominant discourses from and about the South Caucasus”. For more information on the book see on Academia.edu or on Curupira.de.