ראו עמוד באנגלית
ד"ר אהוד הלפרין
Ph.D. Columbia University, Department of Religion 2012
M.A. Columbia University, Department of Religion 2004-2006
B.A. (Cum Laude) Tel Aviv University (Israel), East Asian Studies & Philosophy 1997-2001
Indian goddesses, Hindu ritual and sacrifice, Religion and ecology, Himalayan religion, lived Hinduism.
The Many Faces of a Himalayan Goddess: Hadimba, Her Devotees, and Religion in Rapid Change. Oxford University Press. Forthcoming.
Articles & Reviews
Is the Goddess Haḍimbā Tantric? Negotiating Power in a Western Himalayan Sacrificial Arena. International Journal of Hindu Studies. Forthcoming.
Palanquins of the Gods: Indigenous Theologies, Ritual Practice, and Complex Agency in the Western Indian Himalayas. Religions of South Asia. Forthcoming.
Winds of Change: Religion and Climate in the Western Himalayas. Journal of the American Academy of Religion 85.1 (2017): 64-111.
A Vehicle for Agency: Rath Rituals and the Construction of Himalayan Devtas as Complex Agents. European Bulletin of Himalayan Research 48 (2016): 5-42.
The Age of Kālī: Contemporary Iterations of the Kaliyug in the Kullu Valley of the Western Himalayas. Nidān: An International Journal for the Study of Hinduism 26.1 (2014): 42-64.
‘Making Faces: Self and Image Creation in a Himalayan Valley by Halka Hingorani.’ Review for the European Bulletin of Himalayan Research 44 (2014): 106-10.
India@ 21st.Century: Socio-Economic and Political Transformation in Contemporary India. Catalog Essay for the exhibition: “Critical Mass: Contemporary Art from India,” 31.5.2012 - 16.12.2012, Herta and Paul Amir Building, Tel Aviv Museum of Art (co-authored with Rotem Geva, published in May 2012).