no chair of Sanskrit in London

Luis Gonzalez-Reimann reimann at
Mon Nov 11 23:31:10 UTC 1996

Dear Lars,

What about Latin America?  If it is not in the "Western" world, where is it?
Or did you mean the "first" world?



Luis Gonzalez-Reimann
Department of South and Southeast Asian Studies
University of California, Berkeley

At 12:39 PM 11/11/96 GMT, Lars Martin Fosse wrote:

>Sad news, Dominik. Would you happen to know if there exists a list of
>Sanskrit positions in Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the United States?
>I fear that Sanskrit positions would have to be defended in more than one
>place in the years to come, and that it would be a good thing to collect all
>relevant data on Sanskrit teaching in the "Western" world, that is in the
>areas mentioned above. If we pool such data, anybody struggling to uphold a
>threatened Sanskrit position would have a data base upon which to draw!
>Best regards,
>Lars Martin

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