Jessica Frazier is Lecturer in Religious Studies at the University of Kent and a Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Hindu studies. Her work explores key philosophical themes across cultures, from Indian concepts of Being to 20th century phenomenology. She is particularly interested in questions about ontology, value, selfhood and human flourishing.
Frazier is the founding editor of the Journal of Hindu Studies.
- Frazier, Jessica (2016), Hindu worldviews : theories of self, ritual and divinity, Bloomsbury, ISBN 9781474251556
- Frazier, Jessica (2014), Categorisation in Indian philosophy : thinking inside the box, Dialogues in South Asian Traditions: Religion, Philosophy, Literature and History., Ashgate, ISBN 1409474550
- Frazier, Jessica (2009), Reality, religion, and passion : Indian and Western approaches in Hans-Georg Gadamer and Rupa Gosvami, Studies in comparative philosophy and religion., Lexington Books, ISBN 0739132199
- Jessica Frazier on Creation Myths on BBC Radio 4: Jessica Frazier discusses creation myths from around the world.
- Jessica Frazier on Indian Philosophy from History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps: An interview with Jessica Frazier about philosophical ideas and arguments in the Vedas, Upanisads and later Hindu texts.
- Beautiful Structures: Gadamer on Beauty, Love, Faith, and the Nature of Value from Transpositions: Jessica Frazier on Gadamer's approach to beauty, love and value.
- Dr Jessica Frazier speaking on Gadamer and Religion (video) from the St John's College, Nottingham Timeline project: Jessica Frazier explains Gadamer's thought, and explores his significance for the study of religion.
- Lakshmi, BBC Radio 4 In Our Time: Jessica Frazier on the panel with Jacqueline Suthren-Hirst and Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad.