Part Three Co-ordinator, Employability and Placement, Schools Outreach, Widening Participation, BME (Black and Minority Students), Alumni
Part One: Global Justice
Part Two: Global Philosophy
Part Three: Death
I am happy to supervise doctoral research in Indian philosophy in any of the following areas: any topic in Hindu and Buddhist metaphysics, philosophy of mind, ethics, and philosophy of action.
Shalini received her PhD from the University of Sussex and has taught at the University of York and SOAS (University of London). Her research focuses on topics in Indian philosophy, primarily Hindu and Buddhist metaphysics and ethics, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of action.
- Sinha, S. (2017) The metaphysics of self in Praśastapāda's differential naturalism. In: Ganeri, J. , (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Indian Philosophy. Oxford University Press , New York. ISBN: 9780199314621 | doi: https://dx.doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199314621.013.45