[INDOLOGY] Georg Bühler Lecture by Stephanie Jamison

Hannes A. Fellner hannes.fellner at univie.ac.at
Mon May 16 13:42:23 UTC 2022

[with apologies for cross-posting]

Dear colleagues,

We are delighted to invite you to the upcoming third instalment of the
Georg Bühler Lecture Series of the Austrian Academy of Sciences featuring
Stephanie Jamison, who will give a talk about "What Would a Vedic Lawcode
Look Like?”.

The lecture will be held online on Tuesday, May 24 at 17:00 CET can be
followed via live stream; to register, please go to:

For further information on the lecture, please see the flyer here:

The lecture series dedicated to Georg Bühler and organised by the Austrian
Academy of Sciences marks and celebrates the 140th anniversary of Bühler's
taking up the Chair for Philology and Antiquities of Ancient India at the
University of Vienna and his subsequent membership at the Austria Academy
of Sciences. Six lectures address Bühler’s intellectual legacy and also
highlight new research and latest developments in Bühler’s fields of study.
Please see below for the other speakers and talks in the series.

Best wishes,

Hannes A. Fellner and Nina Mirnig (Organizers)


Georg Bühler Lectures

Tuesday, 14th December 2021 | 5 pm CET | Online
Indra Sengupta | German Historical Institute London
>From Text to Field. Georg Bühler and the Production of Knowledge in
Late-Nineteenth-Century India

Tuesday, 1st March 2022 | 5 pm CET | Online
Richard Salomon | University of Washington
Georg Bühler as (a) Father of Modern Indian Epigraphy

Tuesday, 24th May 2022 | 5 pm CET | Online
Stephanie Jamison | University of California Los Angeles
What would a Vedic Lawcode Look Like?

Thursday, 10th November 2022 | 5 pm CET | Hybrid at the Austrian Academy of
Annette Schmiedchen | Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Epigraphy and History in the 21st Century 1
Looking Back on 140 Years of Maitraka and Rāṣṭrakūṭa Epigraphy
Arlo Griffiths | Ecole française d'Extrême-Orient, Paris
Epigraphy and History in the 21st Century 2
Looking Forward to a Digital Database of South and Southeast Asian Epigraphy

Tuesday, 13th December 2022 | 5 pm CET | Hybrid at the Austrian Academy of
Diwakar Acharya | Oxford University
Poetic Devices and Compositional Strategies in Indic Epigraphs

Hannes A. Fellner

Department of Linguistics
University of Vienna
Sensengasse 3a, 1090 Wien

Division Digital Philology
Department of European and Comparative Literature and Language Studies
University of Vienna
Universitätsring 1, 1010 Wien

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