Berkeley English Faculty

Hugh Macrae Richmond

Hugh Macrae Richmond

Emeritus

237 Wheeler
hmr@berkeley.edu
510 843-7528


Books
Shakesprare's Sexual Comedy
Shakesprare's Sexual Comedy

 Goodreads Review: Hugh Richmond's Shakespeare's Sexual Comedy Bobbs Merrill, 1971 Also from Questia Library Showing 1-13 entries, 3 saying "it was amazing " = Average rating 5.00  · Rating details:  3 ratings; 1 review;  23 Likes · Good....(read more)

Shakespeare Relocated: Studies in Historical Psychology
Shakespeare Relocated: Studies in Historical Psychology

Hugh Richmond uses his previous published essays to illustrate the development of modern attitudes to religion, politics and sexuality. He traces the complex evolution from classical and medieval sources to Reformation and Renaissance ones by reviewi....(read more)

Writers and Their Mothers
Writers and Their Mothers

Writers and Their Mothers    Palgrave Macmillan  1 March 2018 Editor: Salwak, Dale (Ed.) Features contributions from a selection of world-famous authors and academics Includes some autobiographical and deeply personal meditations on the re....(read more)

Shakespeare's Tragedies Re-Viewed: a Spectator's Role
Shakespeare's Tragedies Re-Viewed: a Spectator's Role

My sequence of essays on Shakespeare's audiences has been consolidated into a print version in press at Peter Lang which was published on 30 August 2015 under the title: Shakespeare's Tragedies Re-Viewed: a Spectator's Role. It radically revises inte....(read more)

Shakespeare's Audiences
Shakespeare's Audiences

This material is co-ordinated with the website's performance bibliographies at http://shakespearestaging.berkeley.edu/ in a series of essays about the performance history of individual Shakespeare plays, matching the images in the site's performance ....(read more)