We are honored to have one of the world’s greatest linguists on our site. Dr. Anna Meskhi is a Professor at Caucasus University and holds a PhD in Germanic Languages and the Theory of Linguistics. She is an established scholar of the English language and of teaching methods for foreign languages. She has conducted extensive research on Kartvelian and Old English language material for many years, and subsequently expanded into comparative analyses of the Sumerian, Egyptian and Basque languages and cultures. Dr. Meskhi’s books, research articles and presentations cover a wide range of subjects, including paleography, religions, mythology, foreign language teaching methodology and comparative linguistic studies.
The various solutions Dr. Meskhi offers to “chronic” problems in the mentioned areas include those to Sumerian and Egyptian phonology, Sumerian lexicographic notation, the decipherment of numerous lexical items and symbols, genetic relations between languages, issues of language origin and culturological factors of dead and living civilizations. One of the outstanding features of Dr. Meskhi’s research is the application of the Kartvelian languages and culture to all items across a wide range of humanities fields, covering an enormous chronological distance of at least 5,000 years and embracing the Near East, the whole of Europe and North Africa.
Although Dr. Meskhi discusses issues of great significance her language is easy to follow and understand and her solutions very logical and most trustworthy. Dr. Meskhi’s research generates highly thought provoking interests and offers its readers different perspectives on the problems she tackles.