John William Cunliffe

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John William Cunliffe, 1920

John William Cunliffe (January 20, 1865 - 1946) was a scholar and author. He was a professor and English department chairman at Columbia University[1] and also directed the school's journalism department.[2][3] He was born in England.

Career[edit]

Cunliffe was one of the contributing editors to the Library of the World's Best Literature. He coauthored an introduction to one of the revised, updated, and expanded editions.[4] He was succeeded at Columbia by Carl W. Ackerman.[5]

In March 1928, Columbia University Press announced a plan to publish a survey of literature chaired by Cunliffe.[6] Columbia University has a collection of English department correspondence that includes Cunliffe.[7]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Poems of the Great War by John William Cunliffe, The Macmillan Company, 1916 on behalf of the Belgian scholarship committee ISBN 9781103867745
  • Leaders of the Victorian revolution (1934) by John William Cunliffe
  • The influence of Seneca on Elizabethan tragedy (1893) by John William Cunliffe
  • English literature during the last half-century (1919) by John William Cunliffe, a collection of essays
  • English literature in the twentieth century (1933) by John William Cunliffe
  • The complete works of George Gascoigne (1907) by George Gascoigne edited by John William Cunliffe
  • Modern English playwrights; a short history of the English drama from 1825 (1927) by John William Cunliffe
  • The Columbia University Course in Literature : Writers of Modern America, John W. Cunliffe (Chairman), Columbia University Press, New York, 1929
  • Early English classical tragedies (1912) by John William Cunliffe
  • Century readings for a course in English literature (1910) by John William Cunliffe
  • Writing of Today : Models of Journalistic Prose by John William Cunliffe
  • College English Composition (article)[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cunliffe, John William 1865-1946". worldcat.org. Worldcat Identities.
  2. ^ "J.W. Cunliffe". loc.gov. Library of Congress.
  3. ^ "COLUMBIA ALTERS JOURNALISM POLICY; J.W. Cunliffe, Director, Tells Plans to Make Courses More Useful to News Students. REPORTING TO BE STRESSED Laboratory Work in Copy Editing Will Be Concentrated -- Other Changes Are Announced". The New York Times. 24 January 1926.
  4. ^ "John William Cunliffe and Ashley Horace Thorndike. Preface. Warner, et al., comp. 1917. The Library of the World's Best Literature". www.bartleby.com.
  5. ^ Boylan, James R.; Boylan, Professor James (28 November 2018). Pulitzer's School: Columbia University's School of Journalism, 1903-2003. Columbia University Press. ISBN 9780231130905 – via Google Books.
  6. ^ "Columbia Daily Spectator 5 March 1928 — Columbia Spectator". spectatorarchive.library.columbia.edu. Columbia University.
  7. ^ Columbia University English Department Correspondence, 1896-1961 www.columbia.edu › Libraries Home
  8. ^ Cunliffe, John W. (28 November 2018). "College English Composition". The English Journal. 1 (10): 591–600. doi:10.2307/801824. JSTOR 801824.