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Joe Marino receives fellowship through 2017

May 25, 2016

Joseph Marino, who received his M.A. in Comparative Religion and is now a Ph.D. graduate student in Buddhist Studies Asian L&L,  has received the Dhammachai Fellowship for Gāndhārī Studies awarded by The Department of Asian Languages and Literature. The Fellowship, sponsored by the Dhammachai International Research Institute, provides three years of full support (plus two further years depending on progress)  to a  graduate student whose research focuses on Buddhist texts in Gāndhārī under the auspices of the department’s Early Buddhist Manuscripts Project. Joe received his M.A.fro

Comparative Religion Staff