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Department of Indology Faculty of Philology Jagiellonian University
keywords: indology, languages of India, languages of South Asia, literature of India, literature of South Asia, cultures of India, cultures of South Asia, Hindi, Urdu, Sanskrit, Tamil
offer number: 45
research topics:
  • Languages, Literature and Culture of India and South Asia.
comercial research:
  • variety of connections with India;
  • translations from Indian languages (Hindi, Urdu, Sanskrit, Tamil);
  • the analyses and expert’s reports of India and South Asia areas (arts, documents);
  • opinions on cases regarding India cultural area and languages courses with reference to India culture;
  • courses with reference to India culture and language courses;
  • translation of India texts (literature, documents).

Methods and research techniques:

  • philological methods: analysis, translation and interpretation of texts;
  • social sciences methods (ethnology, social anthropology): cultural research.
experience / references / projects:
  • participation in conference with reference to cultural differences in business/business negotiations, organized by MARR - Małopolska Agencja Rozwoju Regionalnego (17-18 may 2012).
variants of cooperation: contract research, project, consortium
type of services: analysis, expertises

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