List of academic signatories by field

Current and former faculty: 786 verified.

Name, listed by field Position and affiliation, or personal comment Date signed
Social Sciences
Prof. Daniel Jean Noël Bougnoux, Ph.D.

Professor of Philosophy (ret.), Stendhal University; author of 16 books on aesthetics, literature, communication; editor, Aragon's complete works in La Pléiade

09/29/14
Mr. Richard Lee Bowers, M.S.

Former adjunct Professor, FSU,UNF, and Flagler College.

08/07/20
Dr. Kenneth Brown, Ph.D.

I believe there is sufficient doubt about the authorship of works attributed to Shakespeare to justify continuing academic research on this subject.

07/02/12
Prof. Mirko Bunc, Ph.D.

I find it incredible that Mr. Shakspere was used to cover. I was born in the region of the former Venece Republic where Mr. Marlow wrote all the works.

07/15/14
Miss Jennifer Catherine Carter

I have doubt due to the lack of writings found in Shakspere's hand.

01/22/12
Dr. Kathryn Pentecost Established (significant publica, Ph.D.

Alumna, University of South Australia

05/30/16
Mr. Angel Facio, M.A.

Theatre Director. Teatro Español, Madrid

03/12/09
Dr. Olawale Oludolapo Fawehinmi, Ph.D.

My reasonable doubt is based on the absence of a paper trail of manuscripts of aborted work or work in progress

08/09/20
Prof. Edmund Valpy FitzGerald, Ph.D.

Professor of International Economics and Fellow of St. Antony's College, Oxford

12/08/13
Robin Fox

University Professor of Social Theory, Rutgers University; Founder, Department of Anthropology at Rutgers; Member of the National Academy of Sciences.

04/11/07
Ms. Rose M. Frankfort, M.A.

Teach Shakespeare at New Frontiers for Lifelong Learning, Mesa Community College, Mesa AZ

09/11/08
Dr. Susana Garcia Cervero, Ph.D.

Economist, Financial Services Authority, UK

10/16/11
Prof. Jack A. Goldstone, Ph.D.

Sociologist/Historian; Hazel Professor of Public Policy and Senior Fellow, Mercatus Center, George Mason University; author/editor of 13 books and 150 articles

07/28/20
Emily Porter Hanchett, M.A.

09/09/07
Ms. Linda Hart

I was persuaded by Mark Twain's book, "Is Shakespeare Dead?" Everyone should read it.

03/10/19
Prof. Geoffrey Hodgson

D. Litt (Cambridge University), Academy of Social Sciences, Research Professor at the University of Hertfordshire.

09/17/07
Dr. Milo Jones, Ph.D.

Visiting Professor, IE University; co-author, "Constructing Cassandra: Reframing Intelligence Failure at the CIA, 1947-2001," Stanford University Press, 2010.

04/03/18
Gillian Margaret Kent

07/07/11
Ekkehart R.A. Krippendorff, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Free University of Berlin; Shakespeare scholar, author of two monographs: "Politics in Sh's Dramas" and "Sh's Comedies"

04/20/10
Mr. André Pieter Kruijt, M.Sc.

D.E.E:C.O.D.I.N.G SHAKESPEARE by Alan William GREEN

12/18/19
Kathleen M. Kuba, M.A.

04/03/18
Geoffrey Brahm Levey, Ph.D.

Australian Research Council Future Fellow and Associate Professor in Political Science, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

08/10/13
Ms. Annebel Victoria Lewis, M.A.

07/15/08
Ernest Llynn Lotecka, Ph.D.

Director, Alliances for Psychosocial Advancements in Learning (APAL)

10/29/07
Dr. Hugh Mason, Ph.D.

The geographical references in Shakespeare's works do not relate to the country in the vicinity of Stratford-upon-Avon.

03/30/13
Dr. Alan D. Mead, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Illinois Institute of Technology

09/09/07
Dr. Saladin D. Meckled-Garcia, Ph.D.

Lecturer in Political Philosophy, Director: UCL Institute for Human Rights

11/06/11
Mr. Douglas S Mock, M.A.

09/09/07
Dr. Thomas J. Murphy, Ph.D.

11/30/13
Prof. Charles E. Orser Jr., Ph.D.

Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Anthropology

05/19/11
Susan Petrakis, Ph.D.

Follow the evidence.

04/22/18
Dr. Nathan Willett Pino, Ph.D.

Professor of Sociology, Texas State University

04/05/13
Dr. Judith Pintar, Ph.D.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

10/06/13
Mrs. Kimberly Lynn Reynolds, M.A.

Instructor in Communication Studies at California State University, Sacramento

06/16/10
Marvin Rosenberg, M.S.W.

04/23/08
Robert E Schlenker, Ph.D.

The evidence to doubt Shakespeare's identity appears overwhelming.

04/30/07
Dr. Alexander Schulenburg, Ph.D.

Senior Historical Research Officer, City of London Corp.; FRHistS; long-held assumptions can succumb to reasoned evaluations of contextual historical evidence

10/08/13
Mr. Steffen Ask Sleire

08/16/13
Ms. Sarah Frances Smith, M.A.

Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology, Delta College

07/07/19
Ms. Laura Swartz, Ph.D.

02/12/18
Orit Tamir, Ph.D.

Professor of Anthropology, New Mexico Highlands Univeristy

05/17/07
Prof. John Henry Tarini, Ph.D.

09/09/07
Dr. Michael Tawanda, Ph.D.

06/06/16
Prof. Denny Taylor, Ed.D.

Professor Emeritus, Literacy Studies, Founder Garn Press

05/18/17
Prof. Hugh A. Thomas, Ph.D.

09/09/07
Dr. Ryan W. True, D. Phil.

English/World History Educator, Wentworth College

03/26/20
David Evans White, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus of Natural Resource Economics, West Virgina University

04/27/09
Theatre Arts
Prof. Thorvald Aagaard, M.F.A.

Dirctor of Theater, Pacific Union College

06/16/13
Aaron Adair, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Theatre/Honors Faculty, Southeastern Oklahoma State University

06/03/08
David Alberts, Ph.D.

Educator, author, director, and actor.

05/10/20

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