2017–2019 Postdoctoral Fellowship at University of California, Berkeley
Meghan Howard received a B.A. in Tibetan and Himalayan Studies from Harvard University (2004). She then spent four years at Songtsen Library in Dehradun, India, working on a translation project involving Dunhuang materials related to the history of Tibet’s imperial period (6th to 9th centuries). Her research interests center on cultural and religious exchanges between Tibet and neighbouring peoples from the imperial period through the fourteenth century. She is currently a Ph.D. student in Buddhist Studies at UC Berkeley. She received support toward her tuition and living stipend for the academic year 2017.