Eric Gurevitch is a PhD student at the University of Chicago in both the Department of South Asian Languages and Civilizations and in the Committee on Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science. His research focuses the emergence of vernacular natural history texts and Sanskrit anthologies in southwest India as well as the long reception histories of those texts through the early modern period. His dissertation will examine translation projects from Sanskrit into Kannada in the eleventh century and the production of innovative Sanskrit text of philosophic empiricism that were in the same courts.
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Signification in Sanskrit and in the Indian Colonial ContextMORE
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The Vernacular Sciences in Southwest IndiaMORE