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Humanities and Interdisciplinary Studies
BA, Religious Studies, University of California–Santa Cruz
Andrew Schelling’s poetry is grounded in ecology, bioregional thought, linguistics, and anthropology. His recent studies are in Arapaho language, animal tracking, and mountain survival. He translates poetry from Sanskrit and related Indic vernaculars. His early title, Dropping the Bow, received Academy of American Poets translation award. He is the author or editor of seventeen books, most recently From the Arapaho Songbook (poetry) and The Oxford Anthology of Bhakti Literature. He teaches courses in Pacific Rim and West Coast written and oral literature, and also Sanskrit for the Religious Studies program. He serves as poetry faculty at Deer Park Institute in India’s Kangra Valley.
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