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Amy Norman

MPhil in South Asian Studies

Amy got her MA (Hons) In Religious Studies at the University of Aberdeen. She won the 2011 Ewan Prize in Religious Studies for being the most successful honours candidate in the papers in history of religions. Her undergraduate dissertation was entitled: “Educate, Agitate and Organise: The Consequences of B.R. Ambedkar’s Engaged Buddhism.”

She completed her MPhil in Classical Indian Religion at Oxford University.


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