Journal of South Asian Intellectual History

Journal of South Asian Intellectual History (SAIH) is dedicated to the study of the history of ideas in pre-modern and early modern South Asia. The main concern of the publication is to advance philological and historical research into the rich intellectual history of South Asia in fields such as (but not limited to) philosophy, logic, astronomy, medicine, mathematics, literature, philosophical theology, and mystical traditions. Sources of such investigations may be produced in any of the languages of South Asia, including, for example, Sanskrit, Urdu, Persian, Gujarātī, Malayalam, Kannada, and Arabic. Given the nature of intellectual interactions in pre-modern and early modern South Asia, the Journal also welcomes articles, written in English, working across various disciplinary boundaries and languages.

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Main editorial contact address (email): jsaih.brill@gmail.com
Editorial Board
Executive Editors
Asad Q. Ahmed (Berkeley)
Abhishek Kaicker (Berkeley)
Lawrence J. McCrea (Cornell)

Associate Editors
Elaine Fisher (Stanford)
Shankar Nair (University of Virginia)
Hasan Siddiqui (University of British Columbia)

Assistant Editors
Daniel Morgan (University of Chicago)
Andrew Ollett (Harvard)
Hassan Rezakhany (Berkeley)

Advisory Board
Muzaffar Alam (University of Chicago)
Allison Busch (Columbia University)
Whitney Cox (University of Chicago)
Carl Ernst (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Mehr Farooqi (University of Virginia)
Elisa Freschi (Austrian Academy of Sciences)
Robert Goldman (Berkeley)
Phyllis Granoff (Yale University)
Nile Green (UCLA)
Jan Houben (EPHE, Paris)
Ayesha Jalal (Tufts University)
Sudipta Kaviraj (Columbia University)
Agathe Keller (CNRS, Paris, Université Paris Diderot)
Birgit Kellner (Austrian Academy of Sciences)
Jamal Malik (University of Erfurt)
Christopher Minkowski (University of Oxford)
Andrew Nicholson ( SUNY Stony Brook University)
S. Nomanul Haq (IBA, Karachi)
Eva Orthmann (University of Bonn)
Sheldon Pollock (Columbia University)
Tahera Qutbuddin (University of Chicago)
Ronit Ricci (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
Sajjad Rizvi (University of Exeter)
Chander Shekhar (University of Dehli)
David Shulman (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Fabrizio Speziale (Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris)
Ulrike Stark (University of Chicago)
Valerie Stoker (Wright State University)
Audrey Truschke (Rutgers University)
Gary Tubb (University of Chicago)
Michael Williams (British Museum, University of Vienna)
Samuel Wright (Ahmedabad University)
Ines Zupanov (CNRS, EHESS, Paris)
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