List of academic signatories by field
Current and former faculty: 655 verified.
|Name, listed by field||Position and affiliation, or personal comment||Date signed|
|Robert Stephen Colando, M.S.||09/09/07|
|Prof. Roberto Colombo, Ph.D.||
Professor of Cytology, University of Milan; internationally-recognized leader in the field; former Visiting Fellow, Warwick University Developmental Biology Lab
|Dr. Sabrina Grannan Feldman, Ph.D.||
Planetary Scientist at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
|Dr. Gordon N. Fleming, Ph.D.||
Professor Emeritus of Physics (retired), Pennsylvania State University
|Dr. Paul Jeffrey Gottlieb, Ph.D.||12/08/08|
|Dr. Matthew J. Graham||10/11/07|
|Dr. Lee F. Greer III, Ph.D.||01/19/15|
|Dr. Ingrid Henriksen, Ph.D.||08/19/13|
|Martin Hyatt, Ph.D.||
|Matthew Kohler, Ph.D.||
A monumental cover-up is unlikely; an illiterate Shakespeare is beyond unlikely.
|Prof. Charles J. Kunert, Ph.D.||
Dean, College of Theology, Arts, & Sciences, Concordia University, Portland, Oregon
|Dr. Gabriel L. Miller, Ph.D.||
|Dr. Carlos Julio Moreno, Ph.D.||
|Dr. Roy O. Morris, Ph.D.||07/24/07|
|Ms. Putu Liza Mustika, M.S.||05/18/07|
|Mr. Knut Sindre Mølmen||
I have begun to doubt some stories in the history of Mr. Shakespeare, after I saw Petter Andersen's movie.
|Donald F. Nelson, Ph.D.||
Professor Emeritus of Physics
|Prof. Anthony John Pointon, Ph.D.||
Emeritus Professor; formerly Director of Research, Univ. of Portsmouth & Chairman, International Dickens Fellowship; author, "The Man Who Was Never Shakespeare"
|James R. Preer, Ph.D.||
|Geir Magne R. Bringsjord||05/02/11|
|Dr. Lorenzo Resca, Ph.D.||
Professor of Physics, Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., 20064
|Prof. Sidney Roberts, Ph.D.||
Who's Who in the World
|Dr. Roland P. Schmitz, Ph.D.||
Microbiologist at the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Germany
|Dale Reynolds Snider, Ph.D.||
Professor Emeritus of Physics, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
|Prof. Peter A. Sturrock, Ph.D.||
Emeritus Professor of Applied Physics, Stanford University; author, "AKA Shakespeare: A Scientific Approach to the Authorship Question"
|Lowell James Swank, Ph.D.||
I wrote an article about Frederik Rosenkrantz and Knud Gyldenstierne, two Danish Noblemen who visited London in 1592. SOS Newsletter, 2003.
|Prof. Frank Robert Tangherlini, Ph.D.||
Retired physics professor; also poet with poem by "Puck" about authorship
|John Taylor, Ph.D.||
Professor Emeritus, University of Montana
|Ms. Bonnie R. Thompson, M.A.||
Glendale Community College, Chemistry Educator, Retired
|Peter D. Usher, Ph.D.||
Professor Emeritus of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Penn State Universtity; author of "Hamlet's Universe" (2006)
|Dr. Gary C. Vezzoli, Ph.D.||
Research physicist; author of Shakespeare paper published in The Elizabethan Review, connecting the life of Edward de Vere to The Winter's Tale.
|Dr. Wolfgang Willner||
Lecturer at the University of Vienna, Austria.
|Mr. Jonathan C. Wright, Ph.D.||
|H. Nicole Young, Ph.D.||
I may one day be notable for being one of two determined female scientists who exposed the most truth about 9/11. See http://shoes4industry.blogspot.com
|Other / Unspecified|
|Ms. Natasha Bauman, M.F.A.||
Book coming out next summer -- may soon be famous author?!
|Mr. Matthew P. Colton, M.Ed.||
|Mr. Philip E. Crowley||10/23/12|
|Dr. Leigh Dawes Farrell, Ph.D.||
Ph.D in Comparative Literature
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.)