John Newsome Crossley obtained his DPhil in Mathematics at Oxford in 1963, where he subsequently became University Lecturer in Mathematical Logic and a Fellow of All Souls College.
In 1969 he took up a chair in Pure Mathematics (later Logic), at Monash University, Australia, and in 2007 was made Emeritus Professor.
His professional interests are presently in Pure Mathematics, History of Mathematics (especially Chinese Mathematics), Theoretical Computer Science, Thirteenth-century Parisian Music Theory and the early history of Spain and the Philippines c. 1600.
He has published more than 100 scholarly works, including more than twenty books, and has advised more than twenty PhD graduates.
Emeritus Professor , Monash University
Professor of Logic, Monash University
Professor of Pure Mathematics, Monash University
Visiting Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford
Visiting Fellow , All Souls College, Oxford
Lecturer in Mathematical Logic and Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford
Fellow and Tutor in Mathematics, St Catherine's College, Oxford
University of Oxford, MA Mathematics
University of Oxford, DPhil in problems with mathematical logic
Johannes de Grocheio: Ars musice, with C. J. Mews, C. Jeffreys, L. McKinnon, and C. J. Williams, Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo
Hernando de los Ríos Coronel and the Spanish Philippines in the Golden Age, Ashgate, Farnham, England
Growing ideas of number, Australian Council for Educational Research, Camberwell
The Nine Chapters on the Mathematical Art, with Sheng Kangshen and A.W.-C. Lun, Oxford University Press and Science Press, Beijing
What is mathematical logic? with C.J. Ash, C. Brickhill, J.C. Stillwell and N.H. Williams, Oxford University Press, Oxford
Mathematical Logic, Set Theory, Lattices And Universal Algebra (010107)
Pacific History (Excl. New Zealand And Maori) (210313)
European History (Excl. British, Classical Greek And Roman) (210307)
History And Philosophy Of Science (Incl. Non Historical Philosophy Of Science) (220206)