James Laidlaw

Professor James Laidlaw
Professorial Fellow
Subject: 
Social Anthropology
Research: 

The interface between anthropological and ethical theory; religion and ritual, with special interest in Jainism, Hinduism, and Buddhism, theoretical approaches to religion including cognitive psychology, and contemporary transformations in religions in Asia, including new forms of Buddhist self-formation.

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Research News

Honorary Fellow awarded Library of Congress prize

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