Malcolm Richardson

Malcolm  Richardson 

Taylor Professor

Bachelor's Degree(s): Tennessee

Master's Degree: Nevada

PhD: Tennessee

Phone: (225) 578-3161


Office: 237-C Allen Hall

Area of Interest

medieval language and rhetoric; technical writing

Awards & Honors

ATLAS Grant, 2008-2009; ; LSU Alumni Association Outstanding Faculty Award, 2009; Tiger Athletic Foundation Outstanding Faculty Award, 2008;  Co-Director, Louisiana Shakespeare Project, 2005-09, LSU Faculty Research Grant and Board of Regents Grants, 2005-2006; Department Chair, 1998-2004.
Selected Publications
Books: Middle Class Writing in Late Medieval London, 1275-c. 1520 (2011); The Chancery under Henry V (1999); An Anthology of Chancery English , co-auth. (1984). 


"Form and Persuasion by Elizabeth Stonor and English Women's Letters, 1399-c.1530,"Women's Letters Across Europe, 1400-1700 , ed. Jane Couchman and Ann Crabb (Ashgate, 2006)

The Ars Dictaminis , the Formulary, and Medieval Epistolary Manuals, Letter-Writing Manuals from Antiquity to the Present, (2007);The Fading of the Ars Dictaminis in England, 1470-1560, Rhetorica (2001); "Women, Commerce, and Rhetoric in Late Medieval England," 

Listening to their Voices: Essays on the Rhetorical Activities of Historical Women (1997); "Women Commercial Writers of Late Medieval England," Disputatio (1996); "Power Relations, Technical Writing Theory, and Workplace Writing," Journal of Business and Technical

Writing , co-auth. (1993); "Early Equity Judges: Keepers of the Rolls in Chancery, 1415-1437," American Journal of Legal History (1992). 

Curriculum Vitae