Resources for a better understanding.
With more and more academic research about yoga being published, finding good sources of information online is increasingly important. A group of scholars looking at yoga and based in the social sciences and humanities have therefore got together to develop a web-based resource for those interested in this field.
This initiative is run by a group of established scholars who conduct research on yoga which formed at the Yoga Darśana, Yoga Sādhana international yoga conference in Kraków, Poland in May 2022. Their aim is to develop a website that offers information about the best quality yoga-related research in the humanities and social sciences.
Yoga Darśana, Yoga Sādhana Conference 2024
Yoga Darśana, Yoga Sādhana: ‘Introspection, Inspiration, Institutionalisation’ is being held in Hamburg from 22nd to 25th May 2024.
The Yoga Darśana, Yoga Sādhana (YDYS) conference series serves as a platform for the critical examination and dynamic discussion of recent advancements in the field of Yoga Studies. Following the success of the previous conferences in 2016 and 2022 (at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland), this upcoming event promises to build upon those achievements.
- Launch of YogaResearch.org
YogaResearch.org has officially launched on 7th July 2023. The aim of this website is to provide a rich and up-to-date resource for sharing academic research findings and upcoming events in the field of Yoga Studies. Scholars in the field will be contributing regular reflections about recent publications and projects in the field of yoga studies, current events, and offering their insights into the best way to navigate this field of study.
Yoga Research Mailing List
firstname.lastname@example.org is a new email discussion group providing a forum for academic discussion among professional scholars of Yoga Studies.
Membership of the list is mainly open to scholars with an advanced degree and whose primary field is yoga studies. Sending a short academic CV is a requirement for approval.
Featured Researcher Profile
- Dr Ann Gleig
Ann Gleig recently received her Ph.D. in religious studies from Rice University and is currently a teaching fellow at Millsaps College. Her areas of specialization are Asian religions in America as well as religion and psychology. She has published and presented on numerous aspects of her research, and is presently working on a co-edited book collection (with Lola Williamson) titled Homegrown Gurus: From Hinduism in America to American Hinduism. She is an editor for Religious Studies Review for the sections on the “Sociology and Anthropology of Religion” and a subeditor for “Mysticism, Asian Religions, and Psychology.” She is also interested in innovative pedagogies such as feminist, queer and contemplative pedagogy.