Kapil Kapoor

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Dr. Kapil Kapoor, (born November 17, 1940) is an Indian scholar of linguistics and literature and an authority on Indian intellectual traditions.[1] He is former Pro-Vice Chancellor of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and served as professor at Centre for Linguistics and English, and Concurrent Professor at Centre for Sanskrit Studies there before retiring in 2005.[2][3] He is Editor-in-Chief of the 11-Volume Encyclopedia of Hinduism published by Rupa & Co. in 2012.[4]

Teaching and research[edit]

Dr. Kapil Kapoor has been teaching for fifty-two years; 41 scholars worked for Ph.D. and 36 for M.Phil. with him. He was Dean of the School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies, JNU, from 1996-1999 and Rector (Pro-Vice-Chancellor) of the University from 1999-2002. His teaching and research areas include literary and linguistic theories, both Indian and Western, philosophy of language, nineteenth century British life, literature and thought and Indian intellectual traditions. He has written and lectured extensively on these themes. He retired from JNU in 2005.

Books published[edit]

  • Semantic Structure and the Verb: A Propositional Analysis, 1985, New Delhi: Intellectual Publishers.[5]
  • Grading Criteria for Neo-Literate Materials (Co-author, Prof. Mushtaque Ahmad), 1987, New Delhi: Jamia University Press.[6]
  • English in India, ed. (Co-editor, Dr. R. S. Gupta), 1991, New Delhi: Academic Foundation.[7]
  • Language, Linguistics and Literature: The Indian Perspective, 1994, New Delhi: Academic Foundation.[8]
  • South-Asian Love Poetry, ed. (Co-editor, Dr. S. K. Sareen),1994, New Delhi: Affiliated East-West Press.[9]
  • Canonical Texts of English Literary Criticism with Selections from Classical Poeticians, ed. (Co-editor, Mrs. Ranga Kapoor), 1995, New Delhi: Academic Foundation.[10]
  • Literary Theory: Indian Conceptual Framework (with glossary in collaboration with Nalini M. Ratnam), 1998 New Delhi: Affiliated East-West Press.[11]
  • Dimensions of Panini Grammar, 2005, DK Print World, New Delhi.[12]
  • Text and Interpretation. The Indian Tradition, 2005, DK Print World, New Delhi.[13]
  • Indian Knowledge Systems, Edited (A.K.Singh, Co-editor), 2005, DK Print World, New Delhi.[14]
  • Sanskrit Studies, Vol.1., (ed.) Journal of the Centre of Sanskrit Studies, JNU, New Delhi. 2005 DK Print World, New Delhi.[15]
  • Rati Bhakti: Bharat Ki Katha Parampara Me. [Hindi], 2011, Daya Publishing House, New Delhi.[16]
  • Encyclopedia of Hinduism Vols.1-11, Editor-in-Chief, 2012, Rupa & Co.[17]

Books under publication[edit]

Two of his books, Abhinavagupta Manuscripts and Irish-Indian Anthology (with Professors Welch and Mac Mathuna of the University of Ulster, UK, as co-editors) are under publication. Another book Concept and Taxonomy of Knowledge in History of Science, Culture and Civilization, D.P.Chattopadhyaya, General Editor, in the Volume edited by Professor G.C.Pande is also under publication as on February 2013. Dr. Kapoor is also working on Encyclopedia of Indian Poetics, as Chief Editor, under a Sahitya Akademi Project.

Monographs[edit]

  • Indian Tradition of Language Studies and Contemporary Relevance. Anand: HM Patel Institute of English, Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar, 1998.
  • Knowledge, Individual and Society in Indian Traditions. Chandigarh: Saini Memorial Foundation Lecture, Panjab University, 2002.

References[edit]

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  3. ^ "Alternative Education Paradigm". Tibet House. Retrieved 10 February 2013. 
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  17. ^ "Hinduism is an intellectual system, not religion’". Hindustan Times. Retrieved 10 February 2013.