Vidyut Aklujkar (University of British Columbia)
submitted: Sat, 12 Mar 94 15:37:24 PST
5346 Opal Place
Richmond, B.C., CANADA V7C 5B4
employed at times at
Department of Asian Studies,
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, B.C., CANADA V6T 1Z2.
work: 604-822-3881/5728 messages.
E-mail: May be sent c/o Ashok Aklujkar at firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional interests: South Asia, particularly India.
Subject interests or themes of recent/current research:
Indic belles lettres in general and saint poetry, particularly
Marathi,Hindi, English and Sanskrit; analytical and religious philosophy.
Disciplines: Literature, philosophy,indology, language teaching.
Also involved in:
Translation of Marathi, Hindi, Sanskrit literature into English;
translation of English literature into Marathi; poems, short stories,
light essays and research papers in Marathi; editing of Marathi
Training and background:
B.A. in Sanskrit and Ardhamagadhi, University of Poona. M.A. in Sanskrit
and Pali, University of Poona. Ph.D. in (Western) philosophy of language,
University of British Columbia. Several years of teaching experience, at
first in philosophy in the departments of philosophy at Tufts University
and at the University of British Columbia, more recently in Indian
literature and Hindi language at all levels in the Department of Asian
Studies, University of British Columbia.