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JUL Onwards
Theoretical Foundations
Module I. Orientalism
Rohit Goel
23
JUL
Criticism & Theory
The Analyst as Muse of History
Ankhi Mukherjee

Past Programmes

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JUL
Indian Aesthetics
The Jina as King or the Jina as Renounce
John E.Cort
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MAR
Community Engagement
JPM Write
Rohit Goel
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APR
Criticism & Theory
What could the future of humanity be?
Matthijs Cornelissen
 

Visiting Scholars @ JP

Peter Sharrock

Dr. Peter Sharrock is Senior Teaching Fellow on the Southeast Asian Art Academic Programme (SAAAP), SOAS, University of London. He teaches Buddhist and Hindu art seen across the Maritime Silk Route, the monuments and sculpture of Angkor on the SOAS Postgraduate Diploma in Southeast Asia Art. His publications include books and articles on the temples and icons of Jayavarman VII of Cambodia, the history of Vietnam, the sacred Esoteric Buddhist bronzes of Java and Khorat, the cults of Maitreya and the medical Buddha Bhaisajyaguru. Presently, through SAAAP, Dr. Sharrock works on collaborative summer programmes, publications, and conferences with students from Southeast Asian countries. His recent publications include ‘Garuda, Vajrapani and religious change in Jayavarman VII’s Angkor’ in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 40(1), and ‘Berlin’s 1182-86 CE Bodhisattva ‘Sunlight’ or ‘Moonlight’ in Indo-Asiatische Zeitschrift 15.

 
 
 
 
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