Indian Philosophy Job Opening at Ashoka University

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

4–7ys fellowships leading to permanent position at Oxford University!

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!

Eliot Deutsch (1931-2020)

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)

Indian Philosophy During the Pandemic: A Call for Examples and Ideas

During the current pandemic almost all academic conferences have been canceled or postponed. In my own case, for instance, I was planning to have a busy April and May. I was supposed to present on women philosophers in ancient India Continue reading Indian Philosophy During the Pandemic: A Call for Examples and Ideas

Notice: Intensive course on the Yogasūtra, Summer 2020

From Elizabeth De Michelis: Dear Colleagues, AMRAY, of which I am one of the managers, would like to advertise to suitable candidates an intensive course on the Yogasūtra that will take place in France this Summer (mid-June to mid-August 2020). The Continue reading Notice: Intensive course on the Yogasūtra, Summer 2020

Notice: The Ludo and Rosane Rocher Foundation Subvention Program for First Books

From the website: The Ludo and Rosane Rocher Foundation has created a program that provides subventions for the publication of “first books” by young scholars in the field of classical Indology. The scholars are expected to submit a CV, a Continue reading Notice: The Ludo and Rosane Rocher Foundation Subvention Program for First Books