Religion and Displacement in the Republic of Georgia: Field Notes

August 22, 2019

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Refugee homes in the Republic of Georgia

Kaitlyn Johnson (G'20) reports from the Republic of Georgia on the role of religion in communities of people displaced from conflict in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. These field notes were produced during her time as the Berkley Center-Pulitzer Center international reporting fellow during summer 2019. In this series, Johnson reflects on her time in Georgia and explores the intersection of religion, culture, and forced displacement in the surrounding region.

Editor's Note: The posts below were written as part of the Pulitzer Center International Reporting Fellowship, a partnership between Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. They were originally published on the Pulitzer Center's website. 

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