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The renowned Indologist and Indo-Europeanist Stephanie W. Jamison has now been honored with this extensive collection of essays by colleagues and students from around the world. The contributors represent a virtual who’s-who of Indo-Iranian and Indo-European scholarship and have produced contributions on everything from Vedic (e.g., Joel Brereton, George Cardona, Paul Kiparsky, Thomas Oberlies) to later Sanskrit (e.g. James Fitzgerald, Hans Henrich Hock, Ted Proferes) to Iranian (e.g. Mark Hale, P. Oktor Skjærvø) to other Indo-European languages (e.g. Dieter Gunkel, Martin Joachim Kümmel, Alan Nussbaum, Don Ringe, Michael Weiss). The volume also includes posthumously published articles by Lisi Oliver and Martin West. In all, these scholars have provided a worthy and rich tribute to a scholar whose own rich scholarship has been so vital to numerous subfields of linguistics, literary, religious, and cultural studies.
Beech Stave Press
Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Sanskrit, Indo-European languages
School of Arts and Sciences
Classics | Indo-European Linguistics and Philology
Gunkel, Dieter, Joshua Timothy Katz, Brent Harmon Vine, and Michael L. Weiss. Sahasram Ati Srajas: Indo-Iranian and Indo-European studies in honor of Stephanie W. Jamison. New York: Beech Stave Press, 2016.