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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.

Background

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

Education

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

Career

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.

Membership

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.

Connections

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

father:
Alfred Noah Kellogg

mother:
Clara Florence (Beck) Kellogg

spouse:
Ellen Carlisle Cushman

children:
Alfred Cushman Kellogg

Marion Lewis Kellogg Fisher Kellogg