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English educator

Alfred Latimer Kellogg, American English educator. American Philosophical Society Penrose Fund grantee, 1965, 77; Ford fellow, 1951-1952; Guggenheim fellow, 1953-1954; Rutgers Faculty fellow, 1976-1977, 80-81.


Kellogg, Alfred Latimer was born on April 24, 1915 in Cleveland. Son of Alfred Noah and Clara Florence (Beck) Kellogg.


Bachelor of Arts, Western Reserve U., 1937; Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University, 1941.


Instructor English, Yale University, 1941-1942, 45-47; Instructor English, Cornell Univercity, 1942; assistant Professor of English, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1947-1951; associate professor, Rutgers University, 1951-1961; professor, Rutgers University, 1961-1985; professor emeritus, Rutgers University, 1985-1986. Member Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University, 1951-1952.


Served with Signal Intelligence Army of the United States, 1942-1945, European Theatre of Operations. Member Medieval Academy American, Modern Language Association, Dante Society, Modern Humanities Association, International Arthurian Society, International Association University Professors English, Phi Beta Kappa. M C.


Married Ellen Carlisle Cushman, June 7, 1941 (deceased December 1977). Children— Marion Lewis Kellogg Fisher, Alfred Cushman.

Alfred Noah Kellogg

Clara Florence (Beck) Kellogg

Ellen Carlisle Cushman

Alfred Cushman Kellogg

Marion Lewis Kellogg Fisher Kellogg