List of academic signatories by field
Current and former faculty: 676 verified.
|Name, listed by field||Position and affiliation, or personal comment||Date signed|
|Other / Unspecified|
Vice Provost, Georgia Institute of Technology
|Prof. Kimberly S. Hall, M.A.||
Associate Professor of English, Harrisburg Area Community College
|Mr. Øyvind Hansen||
All in all, I find it incredible that Mr. Shakspere was alone behind the lyrics.
|Mr. Henning Hornnæss||08/19/13|
|Dr. Richard F Huff, Ph.D.||09/09/07|
|Wade Keller, M.P.A.||
A strong cases by Tom Regnier, several posted on YouTube
|Mr. Allyne Knox||12/18/14|
|Dr. Johannes Kuechler||
Former Professor, Theory and History of Landscape Development, Technische UniversitÃ¤t Berlin
|Mr. John C. Meeks, M.A.||
Former faculty member of Emerson College, Sussex, England.
|Mr. Alexander Nitzberg, M.A.||
Austrian poet and translator of literature from Russian and English into German (e.g. the complete sonnets of Edmund Spenser, works of Anna Akhmatova etc.)
|Mr. Eoghain W. Ormiston||
English Language Teacher, University of Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire
|Mr. Marcus V Renner, M.S.||04/08/07|
|Mrs. Sandra Reynolds, M.S.||
Senior chemistry teacher at The University of South Australia, and at University Senior College, Adelaide.
|Mr. William Turner||09/03/16|
|Karl P. Wiberg||
I suppose there's no "smoking gun" (de Vere's Geneva Bible?); but the Everest of circumstantial evidence for Oxford is decisive -- freelance journalist.
|Mr. Jinglin Zuo, M.A.||
There is "room for doubt", and other reasonable scenarios are possible.
|Mr. Antonio Acuna, M.A.||
Keeping Shakespeare's identity as it is only benefits those who make money off of it.
|Prof. Babette Babich, Ph.D.||
Professor of Philosophy, Fordham University, NYC
|Dr. Sandy Berkovski||
|Mr. John Kenyon Blossom, M.B.A.||
Former Instructor of English, Western New England College; son of John E. Blossom, author of English textbooks and Shakespeare authorship agnostic
|Mr. Rodney Morgan Brown, M.M.||
|Mr. Lanny Cotler||
|Prof. Lee Davis, Ph.D.||
Emerita Professor of Anthropology
|David Deane, Ph.D.||
Assistant Professor of Theology, Atlantic School of Theology, Halifax, Nova Scotia
|Prof. Gerard Dunnhaupt, Ph.D.||
Fellow, Royal Society of Canada
|Dr. Garnier Eliane||
Psychologist, Doctor of human engineering
|Mr. Javier Espejo Surós, Ph.D.||
Maître de conférences. Université Catholique de l'Ouest
|Ms. Mary Kathleen Galante, M.A.||
Master's degree in Italian laguage and literatures
|Dr. Graeme Garrard, Ph.D.||
Fellow of the Royal Historical Society (FRHistS), Senior Lecturer, School of European Studies, Cardiff University
|Mrs. Merle K. Gatewood, M.A.||
Associate Professor of French & English, Oklahoma Christian University
|Dr. Michael Gendre, Ph.D.||
Professor of Philosophy and Ethics, Middlesex Community College, Bedford, Massachusetts, translator into English of six books in French on German Philosophy
|Mr. Marc Goldschmit||
|David Paul Gontar, Ph.D.||
I find De Vere's "Bedingfield Letter" a perfect articulation of Shakespeare's philosophy, and suspect Oxford was Elizabeth's son.
|Rima Greenhill, Ph.D.||
Senior Lecturer in Russian Language, Stanford University
|Ms. Deborah Sue Greenspan, M.A.||11/06/13|
|Ms. Jeannine Annette Grizzard, M.A.||
M.A., University of Warwick; M.A., Georgia State University; past college instructor in Philosophy; current Artistic Director, Ashland Contemporary Theatre, OR
|Mr. Will Christy Harris||09/09/07|
|Gisela Ellen Horvath||
Very interesting discussion. I agree that there is room for reasonable doubt about the identity of W.S.
|Mrs. Sherry L. Jordan||
LCC International University
|Mr. Michael J. Kleindl, M.A.||
Senior Lecturer at International Christian University. Writing teacher and poet for 30 years.
|Mr. Jon Korvald||
The work of Norwegian Petter Amundsen got me intereseted.
|Dr. Michael J. Langford, Ph.D.||
Professor emeritus (retired), philosophy and medical ethics, Memorial University of Newfoundland; lecturer, Cambridge University; author, "The De Vere Papers"
|Dr. Stephen J. Matthews, Ph.D.||
Associate Professor in Linguistics, University of Hong Kong.
|Antonino Mazza, M.A.||
Poet. Only a "migratory sensibility" might account for the trans-individual nature of Shakespeareâ€™s Latinized opus.
|Prof. Julius McCarter, Ph.D.||01/29/11|
|Mr. Mark McEwen||
Boston Symphony Orchestra
|Joseph Medranus, Ph.D.||08/06/08|
|Myrna Shirley Michell, M.A.||11/22/17|
|Mrs. Sandra de Oliveira||