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Dr Amanda Lucia

Anya Foxen is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, USA. She is a yoga teacher and long-time practitioner. Her scholarship bridges yogic and Western esoteric traditions. Her most recent book is Inhaling Spirit: Harmonialism, Orientalism, and the Western Roots of Modern Yoga.

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Nov
13

Dr Stuart Ray Sarbacker

Anya Foxen is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, USA. She is a yoga teacher and long-time practitioner. Her scholarship bridges yogic and Western esoteric traditions. Her most recent book is Inhaling Spirit: Harmonialism, Orientalism, and the Western Roots of Modern Yoga.

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Nov
13

Dr Patton Burchett

Anya Foxen is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, USA. She is a yoga teacher and long-time practitioner. Her scholarship bridges yogic and Western esoteric traditions. Her most recent book is Inhaling Spirit: Harmonialism, Orientalism, and the Western Roots of Modern Yoga.

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Nov
13

Dr Anya Foxen

Anya Foxen is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, USA. She is a yoga teacher and long-time practitioner. Her scholarship bridges yogic and Western esoteric traditions. Her most recent book is Inhaling Spirit: Harmonialism, Orientalism, and the Western Roots of Modern Yoga.

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Nov
13

Dr Andrea R. Jain

Andrea R. Jain is associate professor of religious studies at Indiana University, Indianapolis, editor of the Journal of the American Academy of Religion, and author of Selling Yoga: From Counterculture to Pop Culture (Oxford 2014) and Peace Love Yoga: The Politics of Global Spirituality (Oxford, 2020). Her research areas include religion and capital; global spirituality and modern yoga; gender, sexuality, and religion; and theories of religion.

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Nov
13

Dr Theodora Wildcroft

Theo Wildcroft, PhD is a yoga teacher, trainer, writer and scholar. Her research considers the democratization of yoga post-lineage, and the many different ways yoga communities of practice are evolving. She is a founder member of Alt-ac.uk, a Visiting Fellow at the Open University, and Project Co-ordinator for the SOAS Centre of Yoga Studies.

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Nov
13

Dr Suzanne Newcombe

Suzanne Newcombe is Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies at the Open University and Honorary Director of Inform, based at King’s College London. Suzanne has been researching the social history and contemporary practice of yoga in Britain and Indian in the modern period for nearly twenty years. In addition to numerous book chapters and articles, she had produced a monograph Yoga in Britain (2019) and co-edited the Routledge Handbook of Yoga and Meditation Studies (2020) with Karen O’Brien-Kop.

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Jan
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Dr Janaki Nair

Janaki Nair is researching semiotics in ancient cultural and religious practices using visual anthropological methods. She is a documentary film maker and also a member of OCHS Sakta traditions research project.

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