Readers of this blog are most likely aware of the huge COVID crisis unfolding in India at the moment. I recently discovered this crowdsourced list of organizations working in India that are seeking donations from those of us outside India. Continue reading Donations to Help with India’s COVID Crisis
Azim Premji University in Bangalore, India, is recruiting to support a new program in philosophy. They are hiring faculty working in any area of analytic philosophy or at the intersection of analytic and Indian philosophy. They are open to considering all Continue reading Philosophy position at Azim Premji University, Bangalore
Ashoka University is seeking to appoint a Sanskritist, at either the Assistant Professor or Associate Professor level. The application deadline is March 15th. Application details are given here: https://facultypositions.ashoka.edu.in/JD/Sanskrit_JD_20-21.pdf Note that this is a different position from the one in Continue reading Sanskrit position at Ashoka University
Some of you may have already heard about the Global Philosophy of Religion project, housed at the University of Birmingham. The first of several annual conferences is now set for June 22–24, this one online. The call for papers is Continue reading Global Philosophy of Religion Conference, June 22–24
If you know anyone who’s looking for an introduction to Indian philosophy, David Nowakowski of the Merlin philosophy community is starting a series of Zoom-based classes tonight, and over coming Wednesdays. Classes are at 6:15-8:15pm MST (8:15-10:15 pm EST, 6:45am-8:45am Continue reading Night school in Indian philosophy
The Philosophy department at Ashoka University is seeking to hire a specialist in Indian Philosophy. The application deadline is January 20, 2021, 11:59pm IST. For more details see here: https://philjobs.org/job/show/16350 And in case you can think of suitable candidates who Continue reading Indian Philosophy Job Opening at Ashoka University
As Patrick S. O’Donnell pointed out on a post about an interview with Ramakrishna Bhattacarya at 3AM magazine, the interviews we linked to a while ago are no no longer there. They have moved to 3:16 am. In addition to Continue reading 3AM interviews about Indian philosophy have moved
Future Leaders Fellowships: Indian Philosophy and Mediaeval Islamic Philosophy, University of Oxford Call for expressions of interest The Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Oxford seeks expressions of interest from potential applicants in the field of Indian Philosophy, and in the Continue reading 4–7ys fellowships leading to permanent position at Oxford University!
Sanjay Lal recently published a book titled Gandhi’s Thought and Liberal Democracy (Lexington Books, 2019). You can now listen to Sanjay Lal discussing it on the New Books network, here.
Professor Eliot Deutsch, distinguished scholar of Indian philosophy, comparative philosophy, and aesthetics, has died. From an obituary by Roger Ames posted on the University of Hawai’i Department of Philosophy website. The life of Eliot Deutsch lies at the center of Continue reading Eliot Deutsch (1931-2020)