Paul G. Hackett
Paul G. Hackett has an MA in Religious Studies from the University of Virginia and an MLS (in Computational Linguistics and Library and Information Sciences) from the University of Maryland. He is currently enrolled in the PhD program in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism at Columbia University.
Verbs, Classes, and Syntactic Frames
This is the first Tibetan-to-English verb resource to be published in more than thirty years. It is a verb dictionary containing extensive lexical information. Much more than a mere translation of existing works, this lexicon was compiled employing statistical techniques… Read More
Paul G. Hackett is an NEH-funded research scholar and instructor of Tibetan at Columbia University, and also serves as an editor for the American Institute of Buddhist Studies. He earned a Ph.D. in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism from Columbia University, an M.L.S. from the University of Maryland at College Park, and has studied Tibetan language, religion, and culture in both traditional Tibetan and Western academic environments.
He is the author of Theos Bernard, the White Lama (NY: Columbia University Pr., 2012), A Tibetan Verb Lexicon (Ithaca: Snow Lion Publ., 2003), and numerous articles on Tibetan history, language, and Buddhist philosophy.