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Thomas J. Hopkins

Professor of Religion

Franklin & Marshall College

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Franklin & Marshall College

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Lancaster, Pennsylvania,17603

United States

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Established in 1787, Franklin & Marshall College is dedicated to excellence in undergraduate liberal education. The college is currently home to more than 2,300 students and four National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) groups. ... more

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Senior Associate Fellows | The Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies

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Prof. Thomas Hopkins
Prof. Thomas Hopkins, awarded Sr. Associate Fellowship in 2001, is Emeritus Professor of Religious Studies at Franklin and Marshall College, USA. He is the author of The Hindu Religious Tradition and has published numerous articles and encyclopaedia entries on all aspects on Indian religious life ranging from the Indus Civilisation to modern Bengal Vaishnavism. His special interest in the Vaishnava devotional tradition led to his first meeting with A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami in New York in 1966, which focused his attention on the newly emerging ISKCON movement and started a long-term study of ISKCON's history and theology.


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Prof. Thomas Hopkins
Prof. Thomas Hopkins, awarded Sr. Associate Fellowship in 2001, is Emeritus Professor of Religious Studies at Franklin and Marshall College, USA. He is the author of The Hindu Religious Tradition and has published numerous articles and encyclopaedia entries on all aspects on Indian religious life ranging from the Indus Civilisation to modern Bengal Vaishnavism. His special interest in the Vaishnava devotional tradition led to his first meeting with A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami in New York in 1966, which focused his attention on the newly emerging ISKCON movement and started a long-term study of ISKCON's history and theology.


The Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies

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Prof. Thomas Hopkins (Director of Academic Affairs 1998,9)
Prof. Thomas Hopkins is Emeritus Professor of Religious Studies at Franklin and Marshall College, USA. He is the author of The Hindu Religious Tradition and has published numerous articles and encyclopaedia entries on all aspects on Indian religious life ranging from the Indus Civilisation to modern Bengal Vaishnavism. His special interest in the Vaishnava devotional tradition led to his first meeting with A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami in New York in 1966, which focused his attention on the newly emerging ISKCON movement and started a long-term study of ISKCON's history and theology.


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Dr. Thomas J. Hopkins, Professor of Religion, Franklin and Marshall College


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Dr. Thomas J. Hopkins, Professor of Religion
Franklin and Marshall College


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