A Series of Blog posts from Dr. Richard Barcellos posted a few years ago at MCTS about hermeneutics and a historical overview of hermeneutics:

http://www.mctsowensboro.org/2011/03/brief-survey-of-the-history-of-hermeneutics-1-intro/
http://www.mctsowensboro.org/2011/03/brief-survey-of-the-history-of-hermeneutics-2-patristics/
http://www.mctsowensboro.org/2011/03/brief-surv-of-history-herm-3-patristics/
http://www.mctsowensboro.org/2011/03/survey-hist-of-herms-4-excursus/
http://www.mctsowensboro.org/2011/04/brief-survey-of-the-history-justin-to-hippolytus/
http://www.mctsowensboro.org/2011/04/brief-surv-of-the-hist-of-herm-6/
http://www.mctsowensboro.org/2011/04/brief-surv-of-the-hist-of-herm-7-alexandria/
http://www.mctsowensboro.org/2011/04/brief-surv-of-hist-herm-8-antioch/
http://www.mctsowensboro.org/2011/05/brief-surv-of-hist-of-herm-9-middle-ages-i/
http://www.mctsowensboro.org/2011/05/brief-surv-hist-of-herm-9-mid-ages-ii/
http://www.mctsowensboro.org/2011/05/survey-of-hist-of-herm-9-midd-ages-iii/
http://www.mctsowensboro.org/2011/05/surv-of-hist-herm-ren-ref/
http://www.mctsowensboro.org/2011/06/surv-hist-herms-12-post-ref-ref-orth-i/