Religion and diet in a multi-religious city: a comprehensive study regarding interreligious relations in Tbilisi in everyday life and on feast days

  • Ulrica Söderlind Stockholm University, Department of ecnomic-history

Abstract

This article deals with the importance of foodways among the believers of Judaism, Christianity and Islam in the Georgian capital Tbilisi, both on feast days and in daily life. It takes the form of an interdisciplinary survey in which interviews and written sources are used as well as personal observations from people living within the city.
Keywords: Food -- Religious aspects -- Comparative studies, Eating and meals, Diet, Cooking, Food habits, Nutrition, Fasts and feasts, Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Georgia -- History
Section
Articles
Published
Apr 13, 2015
How to Cite
Söderlind, U. (2015). Religion and diet in a multi-religious city: a comprehensive study regarding interreligious relations in Tbilisi in everyday life and on feast days. Scripta Instituti Donneriani Aboensis, 26, 158-80. https://doi.org/10.30674/scripta.67452