List of academic signatories by field
Current and former faculty: 753 verified.
|Name, listed by field||Position and affiliation, or personal comment||Date signed|
|Dr. Vladislav Nekliaev, Ph.D.||
Winner of Thomas Shapcott Poetry Prize 2010
|Mr. Keith O'Brien||
|Mr. John David O'Donnell||
Musician specialising in Renaissance & Baroque. Currently researching authorship candidate Henry Neville.
|Mr. Jack Ofield||
Emeritus Professor of Film, San Diego State University; veteran film/TV producer/director; Member, Directors Guild of America; Fellow, American Film Institute
|Olu Oguibe, Ph.D.||
Professor of Art and Art History, University of Connecticut
|Mr. Tom Ordelman||
Dutch writer & poet
|Mr. Jonathan David Orton||09/10/07|
|Dr. Tony Page, Ph.D.||
Lecturer in English Literature, Bangkok University, Thailand
|Claudia Lynn Pirone, M.L.S.||
Retired librarian and teacher
|Dr. Richard Pohl, Ph.D.||
|Prof. Zoltan Roman, Ph.D.||
Prof. Emeritus of Musicology, University of Calgary; cultural historian
|Mr. Anthony Rooley||
Anthony Rooley, LRAM, FRAM - director of 'The Consort of Musicke', Visiting Professor, Florida State University, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis
|Mrs. Elaine B. Rosoff, M.A.||10/11/19|
|Michael D. Rubbo, M.A.||
Director, "Much Ado About Something," award-winning documentary on the case for Christopher Marlowe; co-winner, Hoffman prize. Former lecturer on film, Harvard.
|Walter Saunders, M.A.||
Poet & ex-Prof. English, Univ. N-West, SA. Shakespeare always my special field. I've published 14 of the plays in modern English for schools and general public.
|Mr. Thomas Charles Secker||
|Allan Richard Shickman, M.A.||
Professor Emeritus, Art History, and published Shakespeare scholar (ELR, NQ, SEL); Mentioned in Arden King Lear, Oxford King Lear, and Arden Othello
|Mrs. Bernita Bricker Smith, M.A.||05/31/11|
|Mr. Michael Porter Tilley, M.M.||
Musical Administrator, Lyric Theatre @ Illinois, Chair of Vocal Coaching and Accompanying
|Mr. David Graham Torrance||
It would be the greatest literary miscarriage of justice to deny any genuine counter claim to the accepted and debatable authorship question.
|Ian Stuart Warburton||12/01/16|
|Mr. Jeff Warren||
|Ms. K. Elaine Williams, M.A.||
Lecturer. There are too many discrepancies in the authorised version
|Ms. Robin P Williams||
Author of "Sweet Swan of Avon: Did a Woman Write Shakespeare?", plus more than 50 computer and design books.
|Dr. A. Colin Wright, Ph.D.||
Professor Emeritus, Russian Studies, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Playwright and writer.
|Prof. Martin Allen Zelnik, M.F.A.||
Architect and Professor of Interior Design, Fashion Institute of Technology, SUNY
|Dr. Tim van Gelder, Ph.D.||
Principal Fellow, Philosophy, University of Melbourne
|Debra K. Abbott, Ph.D.||
Examination Rater, Educational Testing Service (ETS), Princeton, N.J.
|Dr. Marie C Ballance, Ed.D.||
|Ms. Cornelia Biegler-König, M. Phil.||02/07/17|
|Mrs. Heather Birch||01/09/08|
|Mr. William John Camarinos, M.B.A.||11/12/11|
|Christopher Steffen Carnes, M.S.||10/21/13|
|Dr. Phillip Michael Cicione, Ed.D.||
Teacher of English at Commack High School; Adjunct Professor at Hofstra University, My dissertation discussed student assessment of Othello.
|Ms. Janet M. Clark, M.A.||
I'm intrigued by the mystery and the history.
|Ms. Christine Ann Compo-Martin, M.S.||
High School English Teacher (24 years) and former Secondary English Education Adjunct Profesor
|Ms. Jennie Crosby||
Head of Drama, Thomas Keble School, Stroud, Glos.
|Dr. Richard Smith Dixon Jr., Ph.D.||
Head, Department of Modern and Classical Languages (1998-2019); Episcopal High School, Alexandria, Virginia
|Dr. Johnnie Driessner, Ph.D.||
Executive Vice President, Professor of Biology and Science Education, Concordia University
|Dr. James S. Ferris, Ed.D.||03/10/10|
|Dr. James S. Ferris, Ed.D.||12/20/18|
|Dr. James Vincent Fiasconaro, Ed.D.||
Professor of Education Leadership, Management and Policy
|Mrs. Michelle Vida Groen||02/05/17|
|John R. Harris, Ph.D.||
Education Consultant/ Researcher
|Mr. Ola Gressberg Helgedagsrud I||
Student. I found shakespeare interesting after reading about the norwegian, Petter AmundsenÂ´s discoveries.
|In Joo Roger Jung||
The will is what makes me believe Shakspere may not have written his works. Maybe the author wanted to avoid becoming a celebrity.
|Dr. David L. Kluth, Ed.D.||
Dean, College of Theology, Arts & Sciences -- Concordia University Portland, OR
|Frederick Kuri, M.S.||
Lecturer, USC and UCLA; advisor, Division of Career and Continuing Education, Los Angeles Unified School District.