Paulson, Ronald (Howard)
PAULSON, Ronald (Howard)
PAULSON, Ronald (Howard). American, b. 1930. Genres: Art/Art history, Literary criticism and history. Career: Mayer Professor of Humanities, since 1984, and Chairman of English Dept., 1985-91, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland (Professor of English, 1967-75; Chairman of English Dept., 1968-75; Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Humanities, 1973-75). Instructor, 1958-59, Assistant Professor, 1959-62, and Associate Professor, 1962-63, University of Illinois; Professor of English, Rice University, Houston, 1963-67, and Yale University, New Haven, Conn., 1975-84. Publications: Theme and Structure in Swift's Tale of a Tub, 1960; Hogarth's Graphic Works, 1965, 1970, 1989; The Fictions of Satire, 1967; Satire and the Novel, 1967; Hogarth: His Life, Art and Times, 1971; Rowlandson: A New Interpretation, 1972; Emblem and Expression in English Art of the 18th Century, 1975; The Age of Hogarth, 1975; Popular and Polite Art in the Age of Hogarth and Fielding, 1979; Literary Landscape: Turner and Constable, 1982; Representations of Revolution, 1983; Book and Painting: Shakespeare, Milton, and the Bible, 1983; Breaking and Remaking, 1989; Hogarth, I: The Modern Moral Subject, 1991; Hogarth, II: High Art and Low, 1992; Hogarth, III: Art and Politics, 1993; The Beautiful, Novel, and Strange: Aesthetics and Heterodoxy, 1996; Don Quixote in England: The Aestetics of Laughter, 1997. EDITOR: Fielding: 20th Century Views, 1962; (co-) Fielding: The Critical Heritage, 1969; Satire: Modern Essays in Criticism, 1971; Hogarth, Analysis of Beauty, 1997. Address: 2722 St. Paul St, Baltimore, MD 21218, U.S.A.