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Paul Fleming Crawford, American historian. Fellow, Alma College, 2005-2006; Heckman fellow, Hill Monastic Manuscript Library. St. John's University Minnesota, 1997, 1998, E.B. Fred fellow, University Wisconsin Madison, 1991. Member of Medieval Academy of America, Society Study of Crusades and the Latin East.


Crawford, Paul Fleming was born on July 20, 1961 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Arrived in United States, 1965. Son of Charles Mervyn and Paula Ruth Crawford.


AS, Lamar Community College, Colorado, 1982. Bachelor, Peru State College, Nebraska, 1984. Master of Arts, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1993.

Doctor of Philosophy, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1998.


Game designer Adventure Learning Systems, Colorado Springs, 1984. Computer science instructor Lamar Community College, 1985—1990. Adjunct faculty history University Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1996, 1998—1999, lecturer history Oshkosh, 1999—2001.

Assistant professor history Alma College, Alma, Michigan, 2001—2006, California University of Pennsylvania, Caifornia, since 2006. Consultant Weller-Grossman (History Channel), 1999, Lion television (History Channel), 2004—2005, Atlantic Productions (History Channel), 2005—2006, National Geographic television, 2005—2006. Co-founder online reference ORB.

Appearance History's Mysteries: The Children's Crusade (History Channel), 2000, The Crescent and the Cross (History Channel), 2005, Lost Worlds: The Knights Templar (History Channel), 2006.


  • Other Work

    • Translator: The Templar of Tyre: Pt. III of the Deeds of the Cypriots, 2003. Contributor chapters to books.

      Co-editor: The Debate on the Trial on the Tram Players (1307-1314), 2010.


Member of Medieval Academy of America, Society Study of Crusades and the Latin East.


  • Other Interests

    Reading, fencing, horseback riding.


Married Ardella Mae Lacy, October 6, 1984.

Charles Mervyn

Paula Ruth Crawford

Ardella Mae Lacy