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PRUDENCE F. BRUNS PhD
University of California at Berkeley
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. South Asian Studies, Sanskrit. (12/07)
VDM Publishing, VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller. 11/10
BOOK: N˜òŸvijñ˜na: The Crest-Jewel of ·yurveda
A Translation of Six Central Texts and an Examination of the Sources, Influence and Development
of Indian Pulse-Diagnosis.
Milestone Documents of World Religions, Schagler Group, Salem Press Inc. 10/10
Article Title: “Shiva Nataraja –Atbudha Dance.”
E-ASPAC Electronic Journal for Asian Studies 12/ 09
Article Title: ““India’s RAW and Pakistan’s ISI: Implications of the Use of Proxy Armies in South Asia.”
SAGAR University of Texas at Austin, Volume 13, Fall 2004.
Article Title: “Philosophical Influence in Indian Medicine.”
Harvard University, Dept of Sanskrit and Indian Studies, March 7, 2008.
“From Pulse-Diagnosis through Indian Medicine to Tantric Anatomy.”
SASA South Asian Studies Association Third Annual Conference, April 2009.
University of Central Florida, Orlando
Paper Title: “India’s RAW and Pakistan’s ISI: Implications of the Use of Proxy Armies in South Asia.”
Harvard University, The Worldly Earth , March 19-20, 2004.
Paper Title: “Inverting the Paradigm: The Psycho-physiology of Ecology.”
University of Texas at Austin, Asian Studies Graduate Conference, October 1-2, 2004.
Paper Title: “Philosophical Influence in Indian Medicine.”
University of Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Jan 8-11, 04.
Paper Titles (two papers): “Fundamental Conceptual Underpinnings Shaping the
Ayurvedic Perspective” and “Legitimizing Vedic Medicine Using Western
Punarvasu Ayurveda Prabodhini/Shubham Ayurveda
Original Sanskrit to English translation and exposition of V˜gbha÷a’s Aÿ÷˜ðga H®dayam (1/11)
Intensive weekend/Fremont, CA.
Instructor: University of California, Berkeley
Instructor of summer intensive course Āyurveda Based on the Sanskrit Literature. (July-August ’10)
Cancelled due lack of enrollment
Instructor: Rutgers University, New Jersey
Instructor of summer intensive course Āyurveda Based on the Sanskrit Literature. (May-July ’09)
Graduate Student Instructor, UCB
Ancient Literature of South Asia. (Fall ’02-03)
Modern Literature of South Asia. (Spring ’02-03)
(Responsible for curriculum, texts, and grading of students.)
Faculty Assistant, University of Wisconsin -- SASLI
(South Asia Summer Language Institute)
Intermediate Sanskrit, Intensive Program. (Summer ’06)
*Course cancelled due to lack of enough applicants
FELLOWSHIPS and GRANTS:
Department of South Asian Studies Block Grants 2005-7
UCB Graduate Summer Fellowship 2005
DNTF (Dean’s Normative Time Fellowship) UCB, 2003-4
Pune, Maharastra, India.
FLAS Summer Grant in Intermediate Hindi 2003
FLAS Academic Year Grant in Sanskrit 2002-2003
AIIS American Institute of Indian Studies Fellowship
Sanskrit Language Fellowships, two summers ’02-‘01
Deccan College, Pune, Maharashtra, India.
Landour Language School, Musoorie, India. Hindi, Summer 2000/ Graduate grant.