Chapter ten considers the impact of Traditionalism on American academia through the activities there of Mircea Eliade. It also considers, for the sake of completeness, four other interactions of Traditionalism and education:
- Louis Dumont in French sociology
- Rabbi Léon Askénazi and French Judaism
- the activities in France of Schuon's one-time follower Henri Hartung, and
- the adventures of a Traditionalist-inspired cult leader and guru, Paul de Séligny.
- Mircea Eliade, History of Religious Ideas (Paris: Payot, 1948).
- Other available works of Mircea Eliade
- Robert Ellwood, The Politics of Myth: A Study of C. G. Jung, Mircea Eliade, and Joseph Campbell . Albany : SUNY Press, 1999.
- Bryan S. Rennie, ed, Changing Religious Worlds: The Meaning and End of Mircea Eliade . Albany : SUNY Press, 2000.
- Yves Camicas and Claude Camicas. Les gens du blâme: une secte au quotidien . Milan : Archè, 1995.
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