Andrew M. Richmond
Assistant Professor of English
Office: Engleman Hall D276
Ph.D., English (Medieval Literature), The Ohio State University, 2015
M.Phil., Medieval and Renaissance Literature, University of Cambridge, 2010
B.A., English, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2009
ABOUT PROFESSOR Richmond
I teach courses on early British literature, eco-criticism, and composition. My research concentrates on representations of landscapes, waterscapes, and the environment in late medieval British romances and ballads, as well as the poetry of Geoffrey Chaucer and John Gower. My other interests include game studies and digital humanities, in particular the portrayals of nominally medieval environments in modern video games. I am thus currently developing new courses on "Medieval Literary Environments" and the "Politics of Premodern Landscapes in Video Games."
RECENT COURSES TAUGHT
ENG 110 - Fundamentals of Academic Writing
ENG 112 - Writing Arguments
ENG 219 - The Frontier in American Literature
ENG 321 - British Literature through History I
ENG 380 - Chaucer
ENG 415 - History of the English Language
ENG 580 - Chaucer (Graduate)
“Fluid Boundaries in The Awntyrs off Arthure and Sir Isumbras.” Open Library of Humanities, 4.1 (2018): 1-30, DOI: https://doi.org/10.16995/olh.225.
“‘The broken schippus he ther fonde’: Shipwrecks and the Human Costs of Investment Capital in Middle English Romance.” Neophilologus 99.2 (2015): 315-333, DOI: 10.1007/s11061-014-9423-3.
“Black as the Crow” [coauthored with Travis Neel]. Dark Chaucer: An Assortment. Ed. Myra Seaman, Eileen A. Joy, and Nicola Masciandaro. Brooklyn, NY: Punctum Books, 2012. 101-114.