Current Publications

2019.   The Yoga of the Haṭhābhyāsapaddhati: Haṭhayoga on the Cusp of Modernity.
Journal of Yoga Studies, Vol. 2 (2019): 3–70.

2019.   The Amaraughaprabodha: New Evidence on the Manuscript Transmission of an Early Work on Haṭha- and Rājayoga.
Journal of Indian Philosophy (2019).

2018.   The Proliferation of Āsana-s in Late Mediaeval Yoga Texts.
Yoga in Transformation: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Karl Baier, Philipp A. Maas & Karin Preisendanz (eds.). Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Unipress.

2018.  Premodern Yoga Traditions and Ayurveda: Preliminary Remarks on Shared Terminology, Theory and Praxis.
History of Science in South Asia. Vol. 6 (April): 1–83.

2016.   The Yamas and Niyamas: Medieval and Modern Views.
Yoga Scotland Magazine, Issue 50 (May 2016)

2016.   The Yamas and Niyamas: Patanjali’s View
Yoga Scotland Magazine, Issue 49 (January 2016)

2015.   The Yogataravali and the Hidden History of Yoga.
Namarupa Magazine, Issue 20 (Spring 2015)

2013.   Rajayoga: The Reincarnations of the King of all Yogas.
International Journal of Hindu Studies (December) 7.3, pp. 401-444

2011.   The Meaning of Hatha in Early Hathayoga.
Journal of the American Oriental Society (December) 131.4, pp. 527-54

2011.   Universalist and Missionary Jainism: Jain Yoga of the Terapanthi Tradition.
Yoga in Practice, ed. David White, University of Chicago Press, pp. 365-82

Forthcoming Publications

2019.   Haṭhayoga's Floruit on the Eve of Colonialism (16th - 18th century).
Śaivism and the Tantric Traditions: A Festschrift for Professor Alexis Sanderson. Eds. Dominic Goodall, Shaman Hatley & Harunaga Isaacson (eds.). Leiden: Brill.

2019.   The Quest for Liberation-in-Life. A Survey of Early Haṭha & Rāja Yoga.
The [Oxford] History of Hinduism, Religious Practice. Gavin Flood (ed.).
Oxford University Press.

2020.   The Amanaska: King of all Yogas. A Critical Edition and Annotated Translation along with a Monographic Introduction. Doctoral Thesis. Oxford University (2013).

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