RICE, Carlton C.

RICE, Carlton Cosmo. 1876 — 1945. U.S. Linguist. Studies at University of Texas (A.B. 1897, M.A. 1899) and Harvard (A.M. 1900). Ph.D. 1902 Harvard. Assistant Professor of Romance Languages at University of Oregon 1902-03, Stanford U. 1903-05, University of Iowa 1907-09, Associate Professor at University of Idaho, 1909-11 From 1926 Professor of Romance Languages at Catawba College in Salisbury, NC.

Publications: Diss. The phonology of Gallic classical Latin after the Sixth Century. 130 p. 1902.

– “The Etymology of Sanskrit guṇá”, Language 6, 1930, 36-40.

– Also wrote on Romance languages.

Sources: Stray notes in Internet; General Register of the Students and Former Students of the University of Texas. 1917, 37 (wikimedia.org); photo in the The 1942 Sayakini of Catawba College (in ia800300.us.archive.org).

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