2015. "Pune: An Emerging Center of Education in Early Modern Maharashtra", [International Journal of Hindu Studies], DOI: 10.1007/s11407-015-9172-3
2013. “Sanskrit Traditions during the Rule of the Peshwas: Role, Maintenance, and Transition,” pp. 68-80. In Grammatica et Verba: Glamor and Verve: Studies in South Asian, historical, and Indo-European linguistics in honor of Hans Henrich Hock on the occasion of his seventy-fifth birthday, edited by Shu-Fen Chen and Benjamin Slade. Ann Arbor, New York: Beech Stave Press.
Might any of you be able to point me to good sociological or anthropological studies - or sound personal testimonies - of programs of study in traditional mathas and pathasalas? Or other institutionalized settings in which Sanskrit learning was cultivated?
I am not interested in work on renunciate communities that does not engage rather precisely with the question of formal education.
with thanks in advance,Matthew
Directeur d'études, émérite
Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris
Numata Visiting Professor of Buddhist Studies,
The University of Chicago
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