Religions in the Caucasus – Jost Gippert

More than 50 theologians, historians, academics and researchers gathered at the Hallam Conference Centre in London for the Religions in the Caucasus conference, organised by TEAS on 3–4 March.

This video contains an interview with Professor Dr Jost Gippert, University of Frankfurt, Institute for Empirical Linguistics. He considers the multiethnic, polylinguistic nature of the Caucasus and Azerbaijan, in particular. Professor Gippert also discusses some recent findings that provide a fascinating insight into the continuity between the Caucasian Albanian and modern Udi languages.