Gligor Viorica Mihaela - Facts
Viorica Mihaela Gligor is a specialist in Mircea Eliade’s life and work and also interested in Philosophy and History of Religion, Indian Studies,
and Interwar History. She is also a member of The Romanian Writers Union and part of Doctoral School of International Relations and Security Studies at Babes-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca.
Founder and Editor-in-chief of International Journal on Humanistic Ideology and Romanian Journal for Indian Studies, both published at Cluj University Press. For more details see: https://humanistica.academia.edu/MihaelaGligor
- Discipline: Humanities and Social Science
- Area of Research: History and Philosophy
- Research/Constancy Projects: (Ongoing/Completed)
- Title: The Intellectual Origins of anti-Semitism.Cultural Elements and Symbolic Representations in Interwar Romania. Identification Code: PN-II-RU-PD-2011-3-0014; contract no. 76/05.10.2011
- Funding Agency: UEFISCDI - Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding, Romania
- Current R&D Activities: Gligor Viorica Mihaela is working in History / Philosophy area at Romanian Academy. She is interested in Romanian Philosophy and
interwar History.She is a specialist in Mircea Eliade's life and work. She is a director of Cluj Center for Indian Studies;
Babes-Bolyai University (BBU), where she teach the courses of Indian Culture.She is a PhD supervisor at Doctoral School
of International Relations and Security Studies, BBU, and member of Romanian Writers Union.
She is the Editor-in-chief of Romanian Journal of Indian Studies.
- Viorica Mihaela Gligor studied Philosophy at Babes-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca, where she also received her PhD in Philosophy in 2006,
with a thesis about Mircea Eliade and Romanian Right Extreme. In 2016, she defended her Habilitation thesis in History, on the subject An Alternative
Intellectual History of Mircea Eliade’s Myth.
- In the present, she is a Scientific Researcher in the field of Philosophy at Romanian Academy, Cluj-Napoca, “George Baritiu” History Institute, Department of Humanities;
Director of Cluj Center for Indian Studies from Babes-Bolyai University, http://indian.centre.ubbcluj.ro/, and Associate Professor at Department of International Studies and
Contemporary History at Babes-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca.