Professor Paul Hammond

English Language and Literature Northern Europe France

Elected 2002

Paul Hammond was a Prize Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge 1978-82; he has subsequently taught at the University of Leeds, being appointed to a personal chair as Professor of Seventeenth-Century English Literature in 1996. His principal research interests are in seventeenth-century poetry and drama, particularly in Shakespeare, Milton, Dryden, and Racine.

Current post

Professor of Seventeenth-Century English Literature, University of Leeds

Past appointments

University of Leeds Professor of Seventeenth-Century English Literature, University of Leeds

Jan 1996 -

University of Leeds Professor of Seventeenth-Century English Literature, University of Leeds

Jan 1996 -

Trinity College University of Cambridge Fellow

Jan 1978 - Jan 1982

University of Leeds Lecturer in English, Senior Lecturer and Reader

Jan 1978 - Jan 1996

Publications

Milton and the People 2014

The strangeness of tragedy 2009

Shakespeare's Sonnets: An original-spelling text 2012

The poems of John Dryden (5 vols) 1995-2005

Dryden and the traces of classical Rome 1999

Figuring sex between men from Shakespeare to Rochester 2002

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