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Mircea Eliade (1907-1986), Romanian historian of religions and author, and professor in the University of Chicago Divinity School and Committee on Social Thought, 1957-1986.
The papers include correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, publications, audio and video recordings, and personal materials and artifacts.
Many of his scholarly works, as well as his two-volume autobiography and four-volume journal, are published by the University of Chicago Press.
Translated into French in 1950, Bengal Nights was an immediate critical success.
At once horrifying and deeply moving, Eliade's story repeats the patterns of European engagement with India even as it exposes and condemns them.
Invaluable for the insight it offers into Eliade's life and thought, it is a work of great intellectual and emotional power.
The maharajah replied that he would fund Eliade's studies for five years to allow a serious study of the language.
He remained at the university as an assistant to Professor Nae Ionescu and taught classes on yoga.His instructor, Dasgupta, allowed Eliade to continue his studies and supplied room and board until he discovered that his daughter and Eliade were romantically involved.Dismissed by Dasgupta, Eliade studied yoga under Swami Shivananda at Rishikesh for six months before returning home under the threat of being drafted by the Romanian military.The publication of his book Yoga (1936) in French brought Eliade international attention, though within Romania he remained known primarily for his novels and nationalist writings.Nae Ionescu had been actively involved in the Legion of the Archangel (also known as the Iron Guard), a right-wing Romanian movement, and Eliade lent his support to Ionescu.