Dr Sarah Shaw

Dr Sarah Shaw

Dr Sarah Shaw is a Faculty Member at the Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, and an Honorary Fellow at the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies.

One of her key research interests is Indian and Asian influences on British nineteenth-century writers, of whom Kipling is surely the most famous.

Throughout the tour she will accompany in 2021, she will give a series of short lectures about Kipling and his work, as well as carefully chosen poetry and short story readings.

Positions: 
  • Faculty Member, Oriental Institute, University of Oxford
  • Honorary Fellow, Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies

Associated trips

Bengal tiger, India
Saturday 29 October 2022 to Tuesday 15 November 2022
Follow in Kipling’s footsteps
great buddha statue near mahabodhi temple in bodh gaia
Saturday 4 November 2023 to Monday 20 November 2023
Retracing footsteps