Supervisor: Professor Jeremy Johns College affiliation: Wolfson College
A.B., with honours, in Economics and Philosophy, Harvard College, Harvard University
M.B.A., with distinction, Harvard Business School, Harvard University
Postgraduate Diploma in Asian Art, with distinction, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
MSt., with distinction, in Oriental Studies, University of Oxford
DPhil candidate in Oriental Studies, University of Oxford
Daniel returned to academics in 2015 after a long career in finance, hedge funds, and private equity investments. His research interests include Persian and Mughal illustrated manuscripts and paintings; religious, cultural, and artistic dialogues and exchanges between Islamic courts and Hindu, Buddhist, and Christian scholars and artists; and Indian cultural history. Masters dissertation: "Co-opting Christian Symbolism: Dynastic Mythology and Illuminationist Ideology in Imperial Mughal Portraiture of the 16th and 17th Centuries."
Early Mughal paintings and manuscripts of the mid 16th century.