List of notable signatories
Notable signatories: 68 verified.
|Name||Position and affiliation, or personal comment||Date signed|
|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"
Founder of the Pookrum Playhouse and the African-American Theater Lab
|Dr. Luke Prodromou, Ph.D.||
MA, Shakespeare Institute, Birmingham; PhD, Applied Linguistics, U. of Nottingham; author of 20+ books; co-author of award-winning "Dealing with Difficulties."
|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.
|Prof. Don Rubin||
Editor, World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre; Former Chair, Dept. of Theatre; Former Director, Grad. Program in Theatre Studies, York University, Toronto
|Mr. Mark Rylance||
Actor; Artistic Director, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre 1995-2006; Associate Artist, Royal Shakespeare Company; Chairman, The Shakespearean Authorship Trust.
|Prof. Bernd E. H. A. Schuenemann||
Professor Emeritus; Dr honoris causa mult; Director, Institute for Lawyer's Law; former Chair, Criminal Law, Philosophy, Sociology of Law, University of München
|Prof. Jack M. Shuttleworth, Ph.D.||
Professor of English, Emeritus, United States Air Force Academy; long time Oxfordian; editing the Oxfordian edition of Hamlet.
|Dean Keith Simonton, Ph.D.||
Distinguished Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Psychology, University of California at Davis; Sir Francis Galton Award for the Study of Creativity, 1996.
German theatre director (Hoffmann, Shakespeare und das Deutsche Theater im XX. Jahrhundert)
|John Paul Stevens||
Justice, U.S. Supreme Court
|Prof. Peter A. Sturrock, Ph.D.||
Emeritus Professor of Applied Physics, Stanford University; author, "AKA Shakespeare: A Scientific Approach to the Authorship Question"
|Geir Håvard Uthaug, M.A.||
Norwegian writer/poet/translator; biographer of William Blake & Henrik Wergeland; translator of Blake, Conrad, Shakespeare (Richard II), others; numerous awards
|Prof. Andreas von Arnauld||
Director, Walther Schücking Institute for International Law, University of Kiel, Germany, founded in 1914
|David Rains Wallace, M.A.||
Nature writer and conservationist; author of twenty books, including “The Monkey’s Bridge” and “The Klamath Knot,” winner of numerous literary awards and honors
|Mr. Alexander Evelyn M. Waugh||
Author of several books, including "Time", "God", "Fathers & Sons", "House of Wittgenstein"; Editor, 42 Vol. "Complete Works of Evelyn Waugh", OUP (forthcoming)
|Mr. Robert Wolf, M.A.||
American writer and journalist; recipient of Bronze Medal Award for radio commentary, Sigma Delta Chi Award, both from the Society of Professional Journalists
|Mr. Michael York, M.A.||
Actor and author, "A Shakespearean Actor Prepares"