Tejas Aralere

Graduate Student
HSSB 4061


I graduated from The College of William and Mary in 2015 with a BA in Latin and a BS in Neuroscience in my home state of Virginia.  My undergraduate years consisted of numerous hours spent in a developmental neuroscience research lab.  I found every spare moment taken up with Latin homework and exploring various topics in ancient science.  After graduating, I continued my Classics education at W&M by enrolling in the Classics post-baccalaureate program (2016), during which I was also able to study Sanskrit.

I am generally interested in ancient science and the history of science.  My research focuses on the intersections between Indian and Greek philosophy and ancient science.