Chloé Chollet (b. 1995) undertakes her doctoral researches at the École Pratique des Hautes Études (EPHE), within the framework of the DHARMA project. Her research focuses on the eremitic movement of ancient Cambodia through the study of archaeological and epigraphic sources (Sanskrit and Old Khmer inscriptions).
After graduating in archaeology from the University of Strasbourg, she specialized in archaeology and epigraphy of Cambodia while studying Sanskrit (degree obtained at Paris III – Sorbonne Nouvelle University in 2019), Old Khmer and Modern Khmer (INALCO). In 2019, she completed a master’s degree under the supervision of Prof. Arlo Griffiths at the École Pratique des Hautes Études. Her master thesis is entitled “The Phnom Preah Netr Preah and its temple: an epigraphic and archaeological study”.
Within the DHARMA project, Chloé Chollet also contributes to the EpiDoc encoding of the Cambodian corpus of inscriptions, carries out work for the Corpus of Khmer Inscriptions (CIK) and participates in excavations organized by the Yaśodharāśrama archaeological research Program.
2020 – Chloé Chollet and Dominic Goodall, “La prouesse martiale et les pieds de Śiva : note au sujet de l’inscription préangkorienne K. 1373 du Phnom Sambok”, Bulletin de l’École française d’Extrême-Orient, 106, pp. 379-400.