AAS-in-Asia, July 2018, Ashoka University

Dear All The next Association for Asian Studies conference in Asia (AAS-in-Asia) will be hosted by Ashoka University in Delhi: http://www.aas-in-asia2018.com/ The conference dates are: July 5th–8th, 2018. Please see the call for proposals here: http://www.asian-studies.org/Conferences/AAS-in-Asia-Conferences/India-2018-Home-Page/Call-for-Proposals Note that only panel Continue reading AAS-in-Asia, July 2018, Ashoka University

Assistant or Associate Professor of Buddhist Philosophy, UNM

It looks like no one has yet announced the following job opening on the blog: Posting Number: 0835837 Position Title: Open Rank Appointment Type:Definition Faculty – Open Rank Working Title (if applicable): Assistant or Associate Professor Department Philosophy Department Salary Continue reading Assistant or Associate Professor of Buddhist Philosophy, UNM

dravya and avayavin in Nyāya and Vaiśeṣika

As a result of a recent conversation with Roy Perrett, I had a question. (Incidentally, many of you will know, but some may not, that Roy Perrett’s ‘Introduction to Indian Philosophy’, Cambridge University Press, has been out since the beginning of Continue reading dravya and avayavin in Nyāya and Vaiśeṣika

Contrasting Nyāya-Vaiśeṣika and Buddhist Explanations of Attention

In a previous blog (August 2014, ‘Second Day at the IABS: Pramāṇavāda’), Elisa kindly gave a summary of the paper I gave on ‘Contrasting Nyāya-Vaiśeṣika and Buddhist Explanations of Attention’ at the Vienna IABS conference. I’ve written up the paper Continue reading Contrasting Nyāya-Vaiśeṣika and Buddhist Explanations of Attention

Two postdoctoral research fellowships in Indian Philosophy at Wolfson College, Oxford

See the following mail from Richard Sorabji about two PostDoc research fellowships in Indian Philosophy at Wolfson College, Oxford.  The advert and further particulars are attached.  Application deadline is May 13th. Yours Alex Dear Friends, I am attaching an advertisement Continue reading Two postdoctoral research fellowships in Indian Philosophy at Wolfson College, Oxford

Visiting Professor or Lecturer in Indian Philosophy at Ashoka University

Ashoka University (http://www.ashoka.edu.in/) is looking for a visiting Professor (any rank) or visiting Lecturer for the Spring Term of 2016 to teach at least one course on Indian Philosophy.  There will also be the chance, should the successful candidate like Continue reading Visiting Professor or Lecturer in Indian Philosophy at Ashoka University