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Linguistics educator , company executive

Cornelius Joseph Crowley, emeritus linguistics educator, publishing company executive. Certified secondary teacher New York. Recipient Certified Merit, United States Government, 1945. Member of Romance Language Society, International Linguistic Association, Medieval Academy American, American Oriental Society, Renaissance Society of America, Linguistic Society of America, Phi Sigma (moderator 1952-1960).

Background

Crowley, Cornelius Joseph was born on March 21, 1911 in New York City. Son of Florence Francis and Helen (Sheehan) Crowley.

Education

Bachelor, City University of New York, 1938. Master of Arts, New York University, 1941. Doctor of Philosophy, New York University, 1951.

Career

Teacher English, Spanish and Latin Kohut School, Harrison, New York, 1942—1943. Senior translator Naval Censorship, New York City, 1943—1945. Instructor Bergen College, Teaneck, New Jersey, 1946—1948.

Assistant professor University Wyoming, Laramie, 1948—1950. Assistant professor to professor linguistics St. Louis University, 1950—1975, professor emeritus, since 1975. President and editor in-chief Heartland Books, Cape Girardeau, since 1972.

Achievements

  • Certified secondary teacher New York.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Legend of the Wanderings of the Spear of Longinus, 1972. Translator: A Choice of Propertius, 1976, review, 1981. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of Romance Language Society, International Linguistic Association, Medieval Academy American, American Oriental Society, Renaissance Society of America, Linguistic Society of America, Phi Sigma (moderator 1952-1960).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, unicycling.

Connections

Married Frances Felicia Geyer, September 28, 1948. Children: Veronica, Robert.

father:
Florence Francis Crowley

mother:
Helen (Sheehan) Crowley

spouse:
Frances Felicia Geyer

child:
Veronica Crowley

child:
Robert Crowley