Eugene D. Hill
Professor of English
Sixteenth- and seventeenth-century English literature; Milton and Donne
Eugene Hill teaches courses on the development of literature in English (medieval through Commonwealth), as well as courses on Shakespeare and Milton.
Hill is the coauthor, with Mount Holyoke professor Frank Brownlow, of Donne and the Resources of Kind (Associated University Presses). He has also written a chapter titled "Revenge Tragedy" in A. F. Kinney's A Companion to Renaissance Drama (Cambridge University Press). Hill is the coeditor of the Garland Encyclopedia of Tudor England, the first encyclopedia to be devoted entirely to Tudor England; and coeditor, with William Kerrigan, of Festschrift: Essays in English Renaissance Literature in Honor of Edward W. Tayler.
- Co-editor (with William Kerrigan) of the forthcoming Festschrift: Essays in English Renaissance Literature in Honor of Edward W. Tayler
- Co-editor of the forthcoming Garland Encyclopedia of Tudor England
- Essays soon to appear deal with Milton and with Donne