Daniele Cuneo, who will be holding the class at the Slot 4, asked me to forward the relevant information concerning the Indology program of the Leiden Summer School in Languages and Linguistics (Monday 13 July-Friday 24 July 2015):
This programme consists of the following courses: Features of Vedic Poetry (slot 1), The syntax of Vedic Prose (slot 2), Readings in Early Śaiva Literature: manuscripts and editions (slot 3), and How to slay a monkey king in Sanskrit theatre: Readings from Bhāsa’s Abhiṣekanāṭaka (slot 4).
Slot 1: Features of Vedic Poetry (9.30 – 11.00) (Werner Knobl)
Slot 2: The Syntax of Vedic Prose (11.30 – 13.00) (WK)
Slot 3: Readings in Early Śaiva Literature: manuscripts and editions (14.00 – 15.30) (Peter Bisschop)
Slot 4: How to slay a monkey king in Sanskrit theatre: Readings from Bhāsa’s Abhiṣekanāṭaka (16.00 – 17.30) (Daniele Cuneo)
Of related interest is also a class on Old Javanese (whose literature has been massively influenced by the Sanskrit one). The class will be held by Willem van der Molen.