J.P. and Beena Khaitan Fellowship

We are very thankful for the kind donation of the J.P. and Beena Khaitan Fellowship. The fellowship has been an important contribution to the field of Hindu Studies and a substantial start to scholars who are opening up the field to the world. The J.P. and Beena Khaitan Fellows have produced an impressive outcome of books, lectures, seminars, etc. impacting the field and continuing to inspire young scholars.

The Fellowship was established in 2016 by a generous benefaction from Mr Ajay and Mrs Mandira Khaitan, in memory of Mr Khaitan’s late parents.

Since then ten Fellowships have been awarded to scholars doing research within the field of Hindu Studies. The visiting fellows contribute with lectures and tutorials at the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, and also contribute to the academic environment at the Centre and the University of Oxford.

 

The J.P. and Beena Khaitan Fellows are:

Dr Silje Lyngar Einarsen
Michaelmas Term 2019
Oslo
Metropolitan University

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Professor Brian A. Hatcher
Trinity Term 2019
Tufts University

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Zöe Slatoff
Hilary Term 2019
OCHS Continuing Education Department

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Professor Himanshu Prabha Ray
Michaelmas Term 2018
Jawaharlal Nehru University

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Professor Daniel Ehnbom
Trinity Term 2018
University of Virginia

Dr Santanu Dey

Professor Santanu Dey
Hilary Term 2018
Calcutta University

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Dr Silvia Schwarz Linder
Michaelmas Term 2017
University of Leipzig

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Professor Måns Broo
Trinity Term 2017
Åbo Akademi

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Professor Tony Stewart
Michaelmas Term 2016,
Hilary Term 2017, Trinity Term 2017
Vanderbilt University

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Dr Jessica Frazier
Hilary Term 2016
OCHS and University of Oxford