The foreign authors, together with their Georgian colleagues, are members of the Editorial Board of The Kartvelologist, taking an active part in shaping the scholarly style and form of the journal, authors of papers, occasionally reviewers of papers to be published, and popularizers in their home countries and scholarly centres of topics of Georgian Studies.
Bakhtadze, Michael (History) – Georgia;
Beynen, Bert (Rustvelology) - Philadelphia, USA;
Boeder, Winfried (Linguistics) – Germany;
Chotiwary-Jünger, Steffi (Georgian literature) – Germany;
Doborjginidze, Nino (Linguistics) – Georgia;
Enoch, Reuven (The Georgian language, Georgian-Hebrew cultural contacts) – Israel;
Fähnrich, Heinz (Georgian linguistics) – Germany;
Kojima, Iasuhiro (Kartvelian languages) – Japan;
Kudava, Buba (Study of Manuscripts) – Georgia;
Licheli, Vakhtang (Archaeology) – Georgia;
Magarotto, Luigi (Georgian literature) – Italy;
Melikishvili, Damana (The Georgian language) – Georgia;
Nikoleishvili, Avtandil (Georgian literature) – Georgia;
Nocun, Przemyslaw (Archaeology) – Poland;
Outtier, Bernard (Medieval Studies) – France;
Ratiani, Irma (Literary criticism) – Georgia;
Shurgaia, Gaga (Georgian literature) – Italy;
Sikharulidze, Ketevan (Folklore) – Georgia;
Tuite, Kevin (Ethnography and folklore) – Canada;
Ketevan Khutsishvili (Ethnography) – Georgia;
Manana Rusieshvili (English literature) – Georgia.
Each issue of the journal is prepared and published by the editorial staff:
Scientific Editor: Elguja Khintibidze;
Editors of the English texts: Manana Rusieshvili;
Journal Coordinator and the editor of english texts: Melikidze Tamar;
Editor of the Georgian texts and technical editor: Guliashvili Sophio;
Proofreader: Vardosanidze Tsira;
Editor of Georgian texts: Irma Makaradze;
Technical Editor: Konstantine Lomidze.
In some cases the Editorial Board, the staff and the reviewers do not share the stylistic peculiarities and the views expressed in the papers published.