Rusudan Asatiani is a doctor and a professor. She currently works at the Institute of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. Rusudan Asatiani’s area of interest includes syntax, pragmatics, information structures, and cognitive linguistics. Her current project is Information Structures: the Kartvelian linguistic space. Some of her publications include The Disappearance of the Accusative: An Areal or Universal Tendency? Languages and Cultures in the Caucasus: Current Advances in Caucasian Studies. München-Berlin: Verlag Otto Sagner. 2011. 301-306; An Algorithm Defining the Choice of 'Active Passive' Formal Paradigms in Georgian. Logic, Language, and Computation – 11th International Tbilisi Symposium, TbiLLC, Revised Selected Papers. Springer 2017, 3-17; Prosodic Separation of Postverbal Material in Georgian, A corpus study in syntax-phonology interface (Co-authors: Caroline Fery, Stavros Skopeteas), Information Structure in Lesser-Described Languages. Studies in prosody and syntax, John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2018, 17-50. Relationship Between the Kartvelian Roots *γwn- ‘wine’ and *γun - ‘creep, curve, twist’ (Co-authors: M. Ivanishvili, Et. Soselia), Athens Journal of Philology 2022, 9: 1-8, Athens; A subject relative clause preference in a split-ergative language: ERP evidence from Georgian, (Co-authors: Ellen Lau, Michaela Socolof, Nancy Clarke, Maria Polinsky), Brain and Language, Vol. 236. Elsevier, 23 pp., January 2023.