DPhil Candidate in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (Indo-Tibetan)
“Nectar, Water, or Blood? Buddhist Perspectives on Perception Across Realms, and Conventional and Ultimate Epistemic Instruments”
2020-2021 MSt in Oriental Studies (Tibetan) at the University of Oxford.
Thesis title: “Luminosity as the basis, pramāṇa as the path, and infinite potential as the result: rGyal tshab and Mi pham on Dharmakīrti’s thought.”
2015-2020 Philosophy Tutor for the Masters Programme in Buddhist Studies of Sutra and Tantra (a full-time traditionally orientated study programme based on the Tibetan Geshe degree) Nalanda Monastery, France
2008-2014 Masters Programme in Buddhist Studies of Sutra and Tantra, Instituto Lama Tsongkhapa Italy.
Perceptual relativism. The relationship between Buddhist meditative theory and philosophy. Indian and Tibetan Buddhist history. Tibetan systems of epistemology. Digital Humanities.
Forthcoming. “Different moon same finger? Tsong-kha-pa and Mi-pham’s application of Dharmakīrti’s pramāṇa theory for meditating on emptiness.”