Richard Hillyer


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Richard Hillyer | Associate Professor

Assistant to the Chair. Specializes in Renaissance literature and poetry.

HUMB 278  |  460-6539  |  rhillyer@southalabama.edu


Publications

Books

Divided between Carelessness and Care: A Cultural History. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.

Sir Philip Sidney, Cultural Icon. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.

Hobbes and His Poetic Contemporaries: Cultural Transmission in Early Modern England. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.

Articles

"Let Me Weigh the Counts: Auden's Horatian Syllabics." Versification 5, 2010: 11-26.

"Hobbes and Sex." Hobbes Studies 22, 2009: 29-48.

"Hobbes's Explicated Fables and the Legacy of the Ancients." Philosophy and Literature 28 (2), 2004: 269-83.

"Keith Thomas's 'Definitive Refutation' of C.B. Macpherson: Revisiting 'The Social Origins of Hobbes's Political Thought.'" Hobbes Studies 15, 2002: 32-44.

"Edmund Waller's Sacred Poems." SEL 39 (1), 1999: 155-69.

"Some Current Publications." Restoration 15 (2), 1991: 111-37.

"In More than Name Only: Jonson's  'To Sir Horace Vere.'" The Modern Language Review 85 (1), 1990: 1-11.

"Better Read than Dead: Waller's 'Of English Verse.'" Restoration 14 (1), 1990: 33-43.

Notes

"Authorization and the Royal Society." ANQ 23 (1), 2010: 31-33.