Hugh Richmond

BORN: 3/20/32, Burton-upon-Trent, England. Married Velma E. Bourgeois, Baton Rouge, Louisiana: 8/9/58. Children: Elizabeth (1964), Claire (1968).

EDUCATION: Burton-upon-Trent Grammar School, 1940-1950; Emmanuel College, Cambridge University (U.K.), 1951-1954, Cambridge University B.A.1954 (First Class Honors, English Tripos) Wadham College, Oxford U. (U.K.):1955-57, D.Phil., 1957 in English: Thesis "Traditional Themes in 17th Century Love Poetry". Diplomas: in Italian, Univ. of Florence, Italy (1952); in German, Univ. of Munich (1956)

EMPLOYMENT:
Lieutenant, Royal Artillery,1950-51 (Reserve 1951-1954);
Concordia Youth Camp Warden, Summer of 1954;
Assistant d'anglais, Lycée Jean Perrin, Lyon, France,1954-55;
English Dept., University of California, Berkeley,1957-94 ;
(Professor: 1968-94); Emeritus: 1994-; Recalled 1994-6;
UCB Osher Instit. Life-long Learning, '04,'05,'08,'09,'11,'12;
Director, Shakespeare Program, UCB, from 1973 to present;
Director, University of California Shakespeare Forum: 1980-95;
UCB Chancellor's Adviser for Educational Development: 1983-6.
Director, Education Division, Shakespeare Globe, U.S.A.,1995-9.

AWARDS:
United Kingdom State Scholarship in History, 1948;
Open Scholarship (English), Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge,1949;
Senior Exhibition, Emmanuel College, 1953; Tripos Prize, 1954;
Goldsmiths' Co. Exhibition, Wadham College, Oxford,1957.
A.C.L.S. Fellowship,1964-5; U.C. Research Professor,1968,1975;
U.C. Humanities Institute Awards, 1973, 1976, 1987;
U.C. Regents Teaching Grants, 1973, 1974, 1976-78;
U.C.B. Teaching Grants, 1975, 1979, 1983, 1985, 1995;
Nat. Endowment for Humanities Educ. Grants,1976-8,1984-6;
N.E.H. Research Fellowships, 1977, 1988;
U.C.B. Senate Award for Distinguished Teaching, 1979;
U.C.B. Humanities Center Grant, 1993;
California Council for Humanities Grants, 1999, 2000;
U.C.B. Instructional Improvement Grant, 2007.

PUBLICATIONS:

Literary & Theatre Studies:
THE SCHOOL OF LOVE: THE EVOLUTION OF THE STUART LOVE LYRIC, Princeton University Press, 1964.
SHAKESPEARE'S POLITICAL PLAYS, Random House, 1967;
Reprinted by Peter Smith, 1977;
SHAKESPEARE'S SEXUAL COMEDY, Bobbs-Merrill, 1971;
Questia Media Inc., Internet Reprint, 2001.
RENAISSANCE LANDSCAPES: ENGLISH LYRICS IN A EUROPEAN TRADITION, Mouton, 1973.
THE CHRISTIAN REVOLUTIONARY: JOHN MILTON, University of California Press, 1974.
PURITANS & LIBERTINES: ANGLO-FRENCH LITERARY RELATIONS IN THE REFORMATION, University of California Press, 1981.
SHAKESPEARE IN PERFORMANCE: "KING RICHARD III", Manchester University Press (U.K.), 1990; Reprinted 1991.
SHAKESPEARE IN PERFORMANCE: "KING HENRY VIII", Manchester University Press (U.K.), 1994.

Reference Works:

SHAKESPEARE AND THE RENAISSANCE STAGE & SHAKESPEAREAN STAGE HISTORY: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHIES. University of North Carolina, Asheville: Pegasus Press, 2000.
SHAKESPEARE'S THEATRE: A DICTIONARY OF HIS STAGE CONTEXT, London: Continuum International, 2003; paperback reprint, 2005. Credo Reference (Internet Library Access) 2009.

Editing:
SHAKESPEARE'S HENRY IV, Pt. 1, Bobbs Merrill, 1971.
SHAKESPEARE'S HENRY VIII, Wm.Brown,1971.
THE ENTERING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT: CHANGES & EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS, U.C. President's Office, 1975,
JOHN MILTON'S DRAMA OF "PARADISE LOST", Peter Lang, '92.
COLLECTED ESSAYS ON SHAKESPEARE'S "KING RICHARD III", G. K. Hall,1999.
SHAKESPEARE ILLUMINATIONS: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF MARVIN
ROSENBERG, U. Delaware Press, 1998 (Co-editor: Jay Halio).

VHS & DVD Educational Documentaries:
SHAKESPEARE & THE GLOBE,1985, Films for the Humanities.
A PROLOGUE TO CHAUCER, 1986, Films for the Humanities
MILTON BY HIMSELF, 1986, Films for the Humanities
SHAKESPEARE'S GLOBE THEATRE RESTORED, 1998, TMW Media.
SHAKESPEARE & THE SPANISH CONNECTION, 2007, TMW Media.

Articles in:
COMPARATIVE LITERATURE, CRITICISM, HUNTINGTON LIBRARY QUARTERLY, JEGP, KENYON REVIEW, MODERN PHILOLOGY, MILTON QUARTERLY, PMLA, SHAKESPEARE BULLETIN, SHAKESPEARE CRITICISM, SHAKESPEARE QUARTERLY, SHAKESPEARE STUDIES, SOUTH ATLANTIC QUARTERLY, etc.

TEACHING & LECTURING:
Graduate & Undergraduate Courses in European Literature, Drama, Lyricism; Renaissance Literature; Shakespeare, Milton, Shakespeare Performance (on Stage, Film, TV); University Teaching of Literature & Composition, etc. Twenty Ph.D. dissertations directed. Fifty-two Shakespearean and other student productions, live & video. Many articles on teaching - on Shakespeare (2) & Milton (2) in MLA Series; use of Film & Video. Public Presentations & Lectures in: Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Russia, U.K., U.S.A. Lectures at Universities: Bristol, London, Warwick, Moscow, Munich, Vienna, Graz, Bamberg, Bayreuth, Texas (Austin), UCLA, Oregon, Chapman, Westminster, etc. Lectures and broadcasts for: National Public Radio & local P.B.S., N.E.H., Huntington and Folger Libraries, Holburne Museum, Bath (UK), Oakland & S.F. Museums, English-Speaking Union (San Francisco, San Diego, London), Berkeley Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare Globe Centre, California Shakespeare Theatre, etc.

OTHER SERVICES AT VARIOUS TIMES:
Chair of U.C. Berkeley Senate Committees on: Teaching; Libraries; University Extension; Educational Development.
Boards of Directors: Shakespeare Globe Centre, U.S.A.; U.C.B. Art Museum; Pacific Film Archive; CA. Shakespeare Festival.
Twice President of Northern California Renaissance Conference. Western Region Representative of Modern Language Association.
Distinguished Visiting Professorships at Karl-Franzens-Universität, Graz (Austria); Chapman University (CA). Westminster College (UT).
Dramaturge: California Shakespeare Festival; Advisory Board of the California Shakespeare Theatre.

WEB SITES
SHAKESPEARE'S STAGING at http://shakespearestaging.berkeley.edu/
MILTON REVEALED at: http://miltonrevealed.berkeley.edu/

ARCHIVAL COLLECTION
Career records, including Shakespeare Program productions, are at the Bancroft Library of the University of California at Berkeley.

Except where otherwise specified, all written commentary is © 2016, Hugh Macrae Richmond