Sally J. Sutherland Goldman

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Senior Lecturer - Sanskrit
Department
South and South East Asian Studies
sjsg@berkeley.edu

Sally J. Sutherland Goldman teaches Sanskrit at all levels as well as Buddhist Sanskrit, Pali, and Prakrit at the University of California at Berkeley. She is co-author of The Devavanipravesika: An Introduction to Sanskrit Language. She is Associate Editor of the Valmiki Ramayana Translation Project, Annotator of the first book of the epic, The Balakanda, and co-author of the fifth book, The Sundarakanda. She is currently working on the sixth and seventh books of the epic. She is the editor of Bridging Worlds: Studies on South Asian Women and the co-editor of a new volume, Themes in Indian History: The Sanskrit Epics [forthcoming]. Her areas of interest are women's studies, epic and classical Sanskrit literature, vyakarana or Sanskrit grammar, and Veda.

Area of Interest
Sanskrit grammar, Veda, Women's studies, Veda, epic and classical Sanskrit literature
Degree
Ph.D., UC Berkeley, 1979
Phone
510-642-2409
Picture of Sally J. Sutherland Goldman

Sally J. Sutherland Goldman

Senior Lecturer - Sanskrit
South and South East Asian Studies

Sally J. Sutherland Goldman teaches Sanskrit at all levels as well as Buddhist Sanskrit, Pali, and Prakrit at the University of California at Berkeley. She is co-author of The Devavanipravesika: An Introduction to Sanskrit Language. She is Associate Editor of the Valmiki Ramayana Translation Project, Annotator of the first book of the epic, The Balakanda, and co-author of the fifth book, The Sundarakanda. She is currently working on the sixth and seventh books of the epic. She is the editor of Bridging Worlds: Studies on South Asian Women and the co-editor of a new volume, Themes in Indian History: The Sanskrit Epics [forthcoming]. Her areas of interest are women's studies, epic and classical Sanskrit literature, vyakarana or Sanskrit grammar, and Veda.