[INDOLOGY] New Publication Announcement

x kiepue kiefferpuelz at gmail.com
Thu Jan 12 10:49:43 UTC 2023

Dear Colleagues,

I am pleased to announce the publication of the Felicitation Volume for
Eivind Kahrs in the series Studia Indologica Uiversitatis Halensis:

Alastair Gornall (ed.)Jñānapraśaṃsā: In Praise of Knowledge: Essays in
Honour of E. G. Kahrs
This edited volume brings together fifteen essays on classical Sanskrit,
Pali, and Tamil literature from South and Southeast Asia in honour of
Eivind Georg Kahrs, who was Reader in Sanskrit at the University of
Cambridge from 1989 to 2017. E. G. Kahrs’s contributions to the scholarship
on Southern Asia’s traditional language sciences, particularly
*vyākaraṇa* ‘grammar’
and *nirukta* ‘semantic analysis’, brought new attention to these fields
within the cultural and intellectual history of the region and redefined
their study. The essays in this volume reflect E. G. Kahrs’s main research
and teaching interests, especially traditional Southern Asian grammar and
lexicography, Sanskrit and Pali literature, Buddhist philosophy, and the
history of Orientalist and colonial philology. The volume is also prefaced
with a concise overview of E. G. Kahrs’s academic career and a bibliography
of his work to date.

Studia Indologica Universitatis Halensis | Volume 22
1st edition
hardback edition, 376 pages, 15 images
ISBN 978-3-86977-254-7

Link to series::https://uvhw.de/studia-indologica.html


1. Alastair Gornall: E. G. Kahrs: A Bibliography

2. Nalini Balbir and Javier Schnake: Uses of monosyllables in the

3. Saroja Bhate: Pāṇini and Pāṇinīyas on Anubandhas

4. Johannes Bronkhorst: Does Pāṇinian grammar have (a) history?

5. Jean-Luc Chevillard: On the transmission of Tamil poetical vocabularies,
with a special focus on the *Tivākaram *and the *Cūṭāmaṇi Nikaṇṭu*

6. Lata Mahesh Deokar: The Origin and Development of the *Subanta *Genre:
Some Reflections With Special Reference to the Cāndra Grammatical School

7. Paul Dundas: Sectarian Confrontation as Theatrical Division:
Observations on Yaśaścandra’s *Mudritakumudacandraprakaraṇa* and the Jain
Debate at Aṇahillapaṭṭana

8. Rupert Gethin: What Upasīva asked and how the Buddha answered: On the
*Upasīvamāṇavapucchā* (Suttanipāta vv. 1069–1076) and its commentaries

9. Malhar Kulkarni: A note on the emendation of the text of the *Mahābhāṣya
Dīpikā* in light of a quotation found in the *Sūktiratnākara*

10. Antoine Panaïoti: A Mādhyamika Error Theory of Causation

11. Wendy J. Phillips Rodríguez: From Ancient India to Medieval Spain.
reincarnations of *karaṭakadamanakanāmānau dvau sṛgālau mantriputrāu*

12. William: Pruitt: The Letters from R. C. Childers to T. W. Rhys Davids:
Edited with Notes

13. Aleix Ruiz-Falqués: The Pali Version of Caṅgadāsa’s *Sambandhopadeśa*:
A Preliminary Study of Yasa’s *Kaccāyanasāra* and Its Major Commentaries

14. John D. Smith: ‘This is not!’ — a *Mahābhārata *Idiom

15. Paolo Visigalli: On the expression ‘*pañcavidhaṃ niruktaṃ/niruttiṃ*’

With best wishes,
Petra Kieffer-Pülz
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