List of academic signatories by field
Current and former faculty: 771 verified.
|Name, listed by field||Position and affiliation, or personal comment||Date signed|
|Mr. Lewis C Tate, M.S.||
Professor of English, Savannah College of Art and Design
|Prof. Marilyn DeVere Robson Tiedemann||
Edward de Vere was my great uncle!
|Mr. Peter F. Tittl, M.F.A.||
English Instructor, Liberty High School, Bakersfield, CA
|Ms. Arabelle Lee Trichel, M.A.||
Former instructor, LSU English Dept.
|Prof. Madelyn Clare Troxclair, Ph.D.||
College English professor (retired)
|Jacquelaine Denise Vest, M.F.A.||12/14/09|
|Dr. Laurie Vickroy, Ph.D.||
Professor of English, Bradley University
|Prof. Antonio Javier Villar Balaguer||
English Philologist. ESL teacher.
|Mr. John Bruce Walsh, M.A.||06/26/19|
|Dr. Thomas D. Walsh||09/18/07|
|William R Warner, Ph.D.||
VP, Strategic Communications, VTM, Inc. Evidence strongly indicates that the man from Stratford did not write the works.
|John Howard Wilson Jr., Ph.D.||
Associate Professor of English, Lock Haven University, Pennsylvania
|Dr. Mary Ann Wimsatt, Ph.D.||02/24/10|
|Daniel L Wright, Ph.D.||
Director, The Shakespeare Authorship Research Centre, Concordia University, Portland, Oregon; Professor of English
|Mr. Thomas John Benton II, M.A.||
After reading the Jew of Malta, I had serious doubt that William wrote the Merchant of Venice.
|Mr. Amaury P. Betancourt Jr., M.A.||
Wrote "Hamlet's Plot" (unpublished), a study of Fortinbras' conspiracy to become King of Denmark
|Dr. Gregory B. Bodwell, Ph.D.||
|Dr. Sergio Boffa, Ph.D.||
Head curator of Musée communal de Nivelles
|Dr. Richard M. Bradley, Ph.D.||
Professor of History, Director of Honors Program, Central Methodist University
|Prof. Edward I. Brodkin, Ph.D.||
Lucretia L. Allyn Professor Emeritus of History, Connecticut College, New London, CT, USA
|Dr. Michael J. Brown, Ph.D.||
Professor of History, Agnes Scott College
|Mr. Truls Clausen Waage||08/16/13|
|Jerry C. Drake, M.A.||
Archivist, US State Department; former Chief Archivist, Historian and Deputy Land Commissioner of Texas; former professor of history, Concordia Univ. at Austin
|Mr. Thomas Drelon||
Author of a 720-page book about Bonnie Prince Charlie - Charles Edward Stuart, "Le Roi ne meurt jamais!" 2015, Foreword by Michel Duchein
|Dr. Andrew L. Dvorak, D. Phil.||
Graduate degrees in history and political science
|Carl G. Estabrook, Ph.D.||
|Dr. Giuliano Ferrari Bravo, Ph.D.||
PhD (Cantab), former Jean Monnet Fellow, European University Institute, Florence. Former Lecturer in History of Europe, Padua University.
|Prof. Hans Henning Hahn, Ph.D.||
Professor of East European History, Carl von Ossietzky Universitaet Oldenburg, Germany
|Prof. Ellen Hamilton||
Professor of Musicology, Rollins College
|Prof. Richard L. Kay, Ph.D.||
Emeritus Professor of History, University of Kansas
|Mr. David Klausmeyer, Ph.D.||11/26/20|
|Dr. Karine Langley, Ph.D.||
Ph.D., Calvin Studies
|Dr. Anne Macpherson, Ph.D.||
Associate Professor, The College at Brockport, SUNY
|Mr. Alan Perry Malan, M.A.||05/04/13|
|Mr. Alastair Mitchell, M.A.||
I have a Masters in Early Modern Studies
|Dr. Pinto Murcho, Ph.D.||
I think a lowborn can't write these masterpieces.
|Don Ostrowski, Ph.D.||
Member of Editorial Board of Brief Chronicles
|Donald W. Owen, M.A.||
Asst. Prof. of History/Economics/Statistics
|Brita Elise Pollan||
Writer and teacher at the university in comparative religion.
|Dr. Cathy Mason Polovina, Ph.D.||
Came to the debate late--after reading Sobran and Price--angry that authorship question never approached in schools.
|Frank Ratliff, M.A.||
Retired English teacher/professor
|William G Ratliff, Ph.D.||04/25/07|
|Prof. Wayne Joseph Robinson, Ph.D.||
Professor of History
|Dr. William Rubinstein, Ph.D.||
Professor of History, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, U.K
|Prof. Boria Sax, Ph.D.||
Writer, Independent Scholar
|Prof. John Wm Schiffeler||
Former lecturer in Chinese studies, University of California at Berkeley
|Mr. Robert A. Smith||
|Stacey L. Trull||
I find it incredible that one man could have written in detail the way he did.
|Dr. John J. Vickerstaff, Ph.D.||
A lover of the plays and an academic early modern historian and theologian, it is difficult not to have a reasonable doubt about their authorship.
|Dr. Ed Weir, Ph.D.||
Distantly related to De Vere; Weir is the Anglicized version