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New Directions in Yoga Weekend School

Online Weekend School

New Directions in Yoga Studies

5–6 December

Join ten of the world’s best thinkers to explore the latest discoveries on Yoga, its history, its present and its future.

Topics include: Yoga, consumerism and entrepreneurial yoga gurus | #MeTooinYoga | Yoga as Science vs Magic | Yoga among the spiritual but not religious (SBNR)


HOW IT WORKS

DELIVERY

Course delivery is 100% online

7–9 weekly sessions

Study in your own time

Your tutor is available by email and forums

Communicate online with your fellow students

MATERIALS

All course materials are delivered via the web

Student forums with tutor participation

Recorded lectures available in video and mp3 format

Lecture notes available online and as pdf

Audio interviews with specialists in Hindu Studies at Oxford University

Supplementary materials taken from the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies teaching and research programme

ASSESSMENT

Assessment is optional and is on the basis of successful completion of a single essay of 2000 words (weekly course work for Sanskrit courses).

Don’t worry about technical skills – if you can handle email then you’re ready to go.

TIME LIMITS

Courses can be completed in as little as seven weeks. There is a final deadline for essays or course work of twelve weeks from the beginning of the course.

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THE OXFORD CENTRE FOR HINDU STUDIES

These courses are taught by the Continuing Education Department of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, a registered educational charity.

The principal aim of the Centre is the study of Hindu culture, religion, languages, literature, philosophy, history, arts, and society, in all periods and in all parts of the world. All Hindu traditions are included.

The Continuing Education Department of the OCHS has been providing courses in Hinduism throughout the UK since 2003. The online versions of the courses make them accessible to students throughout the UK and globally.

Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies