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
The American Council of Learned Societies and the Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation have announced a series of fellowships for scholars at all levels from dissertation research to senior-level scholars, and grants to help endow new faculty chairs in Buddhist studies. Continue reading
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
Volume 44, Issue 4, September 2016 Please use this link to see the full contents.
I have a small backlog of books for review for Philosophy East and West. If anyone is interested in writing a review, please send me an email expressing interest, and if we don’t know each other, please kindly send me Continue reading
. . . we ask those who sincerely believe that it does make sense to organize our discipline entirely around European and American figures and texts to pursue this agenda with honesty and openness. We therefore suggest that any department Continue reading
As the Book Review Editor for this blog, I invite readers to submit their own reviews (see: http://indianphilosophyblog.org/book-reviews/). To encourage interest in book reviews, I’m trying something a little different: brief book notes, or what you might call a “review Continue reading
If you are working on a paper related to Indian philosophy, which journal(s) do you approach for publication? How do you decide which is a good venue for your work? There are a few philosophy journal rankings around (for example, Continue reading
About a year ago, I teamed up with my colleague Omar Farahat to do a roundtable discussion on the topic of the normativity of language in Mīmāṃsā and Uṣūl al-fiqh. The occasion was the annual graduate student conference of Columbia’s Continue reading
The new issue of JIP is out. Contributions include “Paśyantī, Pratibhā, Sphoţa and Jāti: Ontology and Epistemology in the Vākyapadīya” by our own Evgeniya Desnitskaya. Issue contents here.