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Cynthia Rogers Barnhart, American editor, writer. member steering committee Barnard Project Continuum, 2003-2008; established Homehill Farm Shetland Sheep and Wool, 2004, Garrison, New York.


Barnhart, Cynthia Rogers was born on August 29, 1934 in Bronxville, New York, United States. Daughter of Arthur Howard and Doris Helen (Kraeger) Rogers.


Bachelor, Bryn Mawr College, 1957. Guest senior, Barnard College, 1957.


From general editor. to assistant managing editor Clarence L. Barnhart, Inc., Bronxville, 1976-1992. Assistant managing editor Rogers Knox & Barnhart, Inc., since 1992. Senior development editor Cambridge Dictionary American English English as Second Language/EFL reference Cambridge University Press, New York City, 1998—2003, managing editor Cambridge Dictionary of America Idioms, 2001—2003.

Freelance author, editor, since 2003. Editor, Facts on File Student's Dictionary American English, 2007.


  • Other Work

    • Co-author: Let's Read, 1970, author revised edition, 1996. Editor: World Book Dictionary, Barnhart Abbreviations Dictionary, Chambers Dictionary of Etymology (formerly Barnhart Dictionary of Etymology), Barnhart Dictionary of New English, 1, 2, 3, Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, American Heritage Dictionary of Science, (with Robert K. Barnhart, deceased): Let's Read, A Linguistic Approach, 2010.


Member steering committee Barnard Project Continuum, 2003-2008. Established Homehill Farm Shetland Sheep and Wool, 2004, Garrison, New York.


Married Robert Knox Barnhart, September 16, 1955, (deceased April 7, 2007), children: Michael G., John R., David F., Katherine E., Rebecca L.

Arthur Howard Rogers

Doris Helen (Kraeger) Rogers

Robert Knox Barnhart

Michael G. Barnhart

John R. Barnhart

David F. Barnhart

Katherine E. Barnhart

Rebecca L. Barnhart