Tamar Qeburia is a PhD. Candidate at the Carl Friedrich Lehmann-Haupt International doctoral program at the Ilia State University and University of Göttingen, faculty of Eastern European History. Her ongoing PhD research - Work and everyday life in Late Soviet Georgia - explores the history of the Ferroalloy Factory located in the region of Imereti (West Georgia) by looking at the social, economic and material aspects of producing industrial space, generating working class and constructing scientific knowledge of production and industrial technology. Her research and academic interests encompass Soviet and late Soviet history, labour history and everyday life history, Caucasus and Nationalism study. She earned her Master's degree with distinction in Social Anthropology in 2016, and in 2018-2019 she was an invited lecturer at Ilia State University. Her working experiences consist of five years of policy research at the Social Justice Center (former EMC) in the field of labour politics, extractive industries and workers' movements of contemporary Georgia.