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Cristina Pecchia is a philologist working primarily with materials in Sanskrit. She specializes in Indian and Buddhist philosophy, in particular Buddhist epistemology; she also has a strong research interest in the Ayurvedic tradition and the intellectual history of South Asia from the premodern to the contemporary period, with a special focus on the history of philology.
Cristina Pecchia studied Sanskrit and Tibetan, then Philosophy of Language, Latin, Greek, and Italian philology at “La Sapienza”, Rome. Under the guidance of Professor Raffaele Torella, she produced a critical edition and study of Manorathanandin’s Pramāṇavārttikavṛtti on Dharmakīrti’s Pramāṇavārttika, Pramāṇasiddhi 190–240 (with Vibhūticandra’s notes), which she submitted as a doctoral thesis in 2003. In the framework of her doctoral studies, she came to Vienna to study with [[Ernst Steinkellner]] and his team. She was then invited by Karin Preisendanz to collaborate to the FWF projects “Philosophy and Medicine in Early Classical India”, based in Vienna, where she worked from 2006 to 2012. At the end of 2012 she was for three months Jan Gonda Foundation Fellow at the International Institute for Asian Studies, Leiden (the Netherlands).  
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She currently works in Vienna, at the Institute for the Cultural and Intellectual History of Asia of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. Her stand-alone project, “[[Erlösungsweg|Indian Buddhist epistemology and the path to liberation]]”, is financed by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF).
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Cristina Pecchia was trained at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” (PhD 2003, MA 1991), at Delhi University (MA in Buddhist Studies, 1993), and at the University for Foreigners in Perugia (MA in Italian as a second language, 1995). In the framework of her doctoral studies, she came to Vienna in 2000 to study with Ernst Steinkellner and his team.
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She currently works on her stand-alone project ''The Nobles’ Truths in Indian Buddhist Epistemology'', funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF). This is a follow-up of the three-year FWF stand-alone project ''Indian Buddhist Epistemology and the Path to Liberation'', completed in September 2016. She has previously collaborated to three FWF projects on ''Philosophy and Medicine in Early Classical India'', directed by Karin Preisendanz and based at the University of Vienna and at the Austrian Academy of Sciences (2006–2012). She has received grants and awards from the Italian Foreign Office, the Jan Gonda Foundation, Leiden University, and the Austrian Academy of Sciences. At the University of Vienna she teaches courses on aspects of Indian philosophy and on manuscript and print cultures in South Asia.
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== Webpages ==
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* https://oeaw.academia.edu/cristinapecchia
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* https://www.istb.univie.ac.at/caraka/
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== Project page ==
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* [[Nobles Truths|The Nobles’ Truths in Indian Buddhist Epistemology]]
  
 
== Publications ==
 
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== Monographs ==
 
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* 2015  ''Dharmakīrti on the Cessation of Suffering''. A Critical Edition with Translation and Comments of Manorathanandinʼs ''Vṛtti'' and Vibhūticandraʼs Glosses on ''Pramāṇavārttika'' II.190-216. With the assistance of Philip Pierce. [Brill’s Indological Library 47] Brill, Leiden 2015. Pages xiv, 318.  
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* forthcoming,  (editor), ''Editing Sanskrit Texts''. Practices, methods, and dynamics in premodern and modern South Asia. Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, Wien. Book manuscript under preparation.
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* forthcoming,  Together with Karin Preisendanz and Philipp A. Maas, ''The Text of the Carakasaṃhitā Vimānasthāna'' 8, as critically edited in the FWF projects “Philosophy and Medicine in Early Classical India”. Final book manuscript under preparation.
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* forthcoming, together with Vincent Eltschinger (eds), ''Mārga. Paths to liberation in South Asian Buddhist traditions.'' Papers from an international symposium held at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, December 17 – 18, 2015. Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, Wien. Book manuscript under preparation.
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* forthcoming,  (editor), ''Editors of Sanskrit Texts''. Materials for a history of philology in South Asia. Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, Wien. Book manuscript under preparation.
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* forthcoming,  together with Karin Preisendanz and Philipp A. Maas, ''The Text of the Carakasaṃhitā Vimānasthāna'' 8, as critically edited in the FWF projects “Philosophy and Medicine in Early Classical India”. Book manuscript under preparation.
 
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== Recent Articles ==
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== Articles and Book reviews ==
 
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* 2014  “A discussion of Alex Watson’s ''The self's awareness of itself''. With an addendum about the transmission of Dharmakīrti’s ''Pramāṇaviniścaya''”. ''Rivista degli Studi Orientali'' 87, 2014: 107-119. (The publication is available at http://www.libraweb.net/articoli.php?chiave=201403804&rivista=38)
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* 2018 Book review of: Eli Franco and Miyako Notake, ''Dharmakīrti on the duality of the object: Pramāṇavārttika III 1-63''. [Leipziger Studien zu Kultur und Geschichte Süd- und Zentralasiens 5] LIT-Verlag, Berlin, Münster, Wien, Zürich, London 2014. In: ''Journal of the American Oriental Society'' 138.3, 2018: 662-665.
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* 2016 Book review of: Johannes Schneider. ''Eine buddhistische Kritik der indischen Götter''. Śaṃkarasvāmins Devātiśayastotra mit Prajñāvarmans Kommentar. Nach dem tibetischen Tanjur herausgegeben und übersetzt. [Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde 81] Arbeitskreis für Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien, Universität Wien, Wien 2014. In: ''Journal of the American Oriental Society'' 136.2, 2016: 439-440.
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* 2014  “A discussion of Alex Watson’s ''The self's awareness of itself''. With an addendum about the transmission of Dharmakīrti’s ''Pramāṇaviniścaya''”. ''Rivista degli Studi Orientali'' 87, 2014: 107-119.
 
* 2013  “Transmitting the ''Carakasaṃhitā''. Notes for a history of the tradition.” In: Dominik Wujastyk, Anthony Cerulli, Karin Preisendanz (ed.), ''Medical Texts and Manuscripts in Indian Cultural History.'' Delhi: Manohar Lal, 2013: 1–27.
 
* 2013  “Transmitting the ''Carakasaṃhitā''. Notes for a history of the tradition.” In: Dominik Wujastyk, Anthony Cerulli, Karin Preisendanz (ed.), ''Medical Texts and Manuscripts in Indian Cultural History.'' Delhi: Manohar Lal, 2013: 1–27.
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* 2012 Book review of: Jean Papin, ''Caraka Samhita. Traité fondamental de la médecine ayurvédique''. 2. Les thérapeutiques. Avant-propos de Guy et Sylvain Mazars. Introduction, traduction et notes de Jean Papin. Éditions Almora, Paris 2009. In: ''Indo-Iranian Journal'' 55, 2012: 171-174.
 
* 2010  “Contradictions on the way to liberation: Dharmakīrti’s discussion.” In: Giacomella Orofino, Silvio Vita (eds.), ''Buddhist Asia'' 2. Papers from the Second Conference of Buddhist Studies held in Naples in June 2004.  Kyoto: Italian School of East Asian Studies, 2010: 47–67.  
 
* 2010  “Contradictions on the way to liberation: Dharmakīrti’s discussion.” In: Giacomella Orofino, Silvio Vita (eds.), ''Buddhist Asia'' 2. Papers from the Second Conference of Buddhist Studies held in Naples in June 2004.  Kyoto: Italian School of East Asian Studies, 2010: 47–67.  
 
* 2010  “Transmission-specific (in)utility, or dealing with contamination: Samples from the textual tradition of the ''Carakasaṃhitā''.” In: Jürgen Hanneder, Philipp A. Maas (guest eds.), "Text genealogy, textual criticism and editorial technique". ''Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Südasiens'' 52–53 (2009–2010), 2010: 121–159. (The publication is available at http://hw.oeaw.ac.at/?arp=0x002452aa)
 
* 2010  “Transmission-specific (in)utility, or dealing with contamination: Samples from the textual tradition of the ''Carakasaṃhitā''.” In: Jürgen Hanneder, Philipp A. Maas (guest eds.), "Text genealogy, textual criticism and editorial technique". ''Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Südasiens'' 52–53 (2009–2010), 2010: 121–159. (The publication is available at http://hw.oeaw.ac.at/?arp=0x002452aa)
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* 2010 “The art of beginning”. Book review: Walter Slaje (ed.), Śāstrārambha. Inquiries into the preamble in Sanskrit. [Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 62] Harrassowitz Verlag, Wiesbaden 2008. In: ''Rivista di Studi Sudasiatici'' 4 (2009), 2010: 169-172.
 
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  • Dr. Cristina Pecchia

Cristina Pecchia is a philologist working primarily with materials in Sanskrit. She specializes in Indian and Buddhist philosophy, in particular Buddhist epistemology; she also has a strong research interest in the Ayurvedic tradition and the intellectual history of South Asia from the premodern to the contemporary period, with a special focus on the history of philology.

Cristina Pecchia was trained at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” (PhD 2003, MA 1991), at Delhi University (MA in Buddhist Studies, 1993), and at the University for Foreigners in Perugia (MA in Italian as a second language, 1995). In the framework of her doctoral studies, she came to Vienna in 2000 to study with Ernst Steinkellner and his team.

She currently works on her stand-alone project The Nobles’ Truths in Indian Buddhist Epistemology, funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF). This is a follow-up of the three-year FWF stand-alone project Indian Buddhist Epistemology and the Path to Liberation, completed in September 2016. She has previously collaborated to three FWF projects on Philosophy and Medicine in Early Classical India, directed by Karin Preisendanz and based at the University of Vienna and at the Austrian Academy of Sciences (2006–2012). She has received grants and awards from the Italian Foreign Office, the Jan Gonda Foundation, Leiden University, and the Austrian Academy of Sciences. At the University of Vienna she teaches courses on aspects of Indian philosophy and on manuscript and print cultures in South Asia.


[Bearbeiten] Webpages

[Bearbeiten] Project page

[Bearbeiten] Publications 

[Bearbeiten] Monographs

  • forthcoming, together with Vincent Eltschinger (eds), Mārga. Paths to liberation in South Asian Buddhist traditions. Papers from an international symposium held at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, December 17 – 18, 2015. Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, Wien. Book manuscript under preparation.
  • forthcoming, (editor), Editors of Sanskrit Texts. Materials for a history of philology in South Asia. Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, Wien. Book manuscript under preparation.
  • forthcoming, together with Karin Preisendanz and Philipp A. Maas, The Text of the Carakasaṃhitā Vimānasthāna 8, as critically edited in the FWF projects “Philosophy and Medicine in Early Classical India”. Book manuscript under preparation.

[Bearbeiten] Articles and Book reviews

  • 2018 Book review of: Eli Franco and Miyako Notake, Dharmakīrti on the duality of the object: Pramāṇavārttika III 1-63. [Leipziger Studien zu Kultur und Geschichte Süd- und Zentralasiens 5] LIT-Verlag, Berlin, Münster, Wien, Zürich, London 2014. In: Journal of the American Oriental Society 138.3, 2018: 662-665.
  • 2016 Book review of: Johannes Schneider. Eine buddhistische Kritik der indischen Götter. Śaṃkarasvāmins Devātiśayastotra mit Prajñāvarmans Kommentar. Nach dem tibetischen Tanjur herausgegeben und übersetzt. [Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde 81] Arbeitskreis für Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien, Universität Wien, Wien 2014. In: Journal of the American Oriental Society 136.2, 2016: 439-440.
  • 2014 “A discussion of Alex Watson’s The self's awareness of itself. With an addendum about the transmission of Dharmakīrti’s Pramāṇaviniścaya”. Rivista degli Studi Orientali 87, 2014: 107-119.
  • 2013 “Transmitting the Carakasaṃhitā. Notes for a history of the tradition.” In: Dominik Wujastyk, Anthony Cerulli, Karin Preisendanz (ed.), Medical Texts and Manuscripts in Indian Cultural History. Delhi: Manohar Lal, 2013: 1–27.
  • 2012 Book review of: Jean Papin, Caraka Samhita. Traité fondamental de la médecine ayurvédique. 2. Les thérapeutiques. Avant-propos de Guy et Sylvain Mazars. Introduction, traduction et notes de Jean Papin. Éditions Almora, Paris 2009. In: Indo-Iranian Journal 55, 2012: 171-174.
  • 2010 “Contradictions on the way to liberation: Dharmakīrti’s discussion.” In: Giacomella Orofino, Silvio Vita (eds.), Buddhist Asia 2. Papers from the Second Conference of Buddhist Studies held in Naples in June 2004. Kyoto: Italian School of East Asian Studies, 2010: 47–67.
  • 2010 “Transmission-specific (in)utility, or dealing with contamination: Samples from the textual tradition of the Carakasaṃhitā.” In: Jürgen Hanneder, Philipp A. Maas (guest eds.), "Text genealogy, textual criticism and editorial technique". Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Südasiens 52–53 (2009–2010), 2010: 121–159. (The publication is available at http://hw.oeaw.ac.at/?arp=0x002452aa)
  • 2010 “The art of beginning”. Book review: Walter Slaje (ed.), Śāstrārambha. Inquiries into the preamble in Sanskrit. [Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 62] Harrassowitz Verlag, Wiesbaden 2008. In: Rivista di Studi Sudasiatici 4 (2009), 2010: 169-172.

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