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Gary Taylor

Gary Taylor


Gary Taylor is Distinguished Research Professor of English at Florida State University, where he founded the interdisciplinary History of Text Technologies graduate program and co-founded the undergraduate Editing, Writing, Media track in the English major. With Stanley Wells, he general-edited the landmark 1986-7 Oxford edition of Shakespeare. He returns to Shakespeare after general-editing the Oxford edition of the Collected Works of ‘our other Shakespeare’, Thomas Middleton (winner of the MLA prize for a distinguished scholarly edition and the Elizabeth Dietz award for best publication in early modern studies). He has also edited John Fletcher’s The Tamer Tamed, and for thirty years has published widely on editing, literature, theatre, and culture.




John Jowett

John Jowett


John Jowett is Professor of Shakespeare Studies and Deputy Director of the Shakespeare Institute at the University of Birmingham. His OUP publications include Shakespeare and Text (2007), the Oxford edition of Shakespeare's Complete Works (1986-7 , associate editor), the Oxford edition of Thomas Middleton: The Collected Works (2007, associate general editor), and the Oxford World Classics editions of Richard III (2000) and Timon of Athens (2004). He is also a General Editor of the Arden Early Modern Drama series, has edited Sir Thomas More for the Arden Shakespeare, and is on the Editorial Board of the Malone Society.





Francis X. Connor

Francis X. Connor



Francis X. Connor (Associate Editor) joined the New Oxford Shakespeare as a post-doctoral Visiting Research Associate at IUPUI in August 2010. He completed his dissertation on early modern literary folios at the University of Virginia, where he also worked as a research assistant on the Oxford edition of the Collected Works of Edmund Spenser. Dr. Connor continues to edit for the NOS project and is now an Assistant Professor of English at Wichita State University.






Sarah Neville

Sarah Neville


Sarah Neville (Assistant Editor) is an Assistant Professor of English at the Ohio State University. While completing her PhD on the pragmatics of early modern printing at the University of New Brunswick, she worked as a research assistant on The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Ben Jonson. She was a post-doctoral fellow for two years at the IUPUI/New Oxford Shakespeare center, and is now a General Textual Editor of the Digital Renaissance Editions. Her recent essays explore shifting scholarly attitudes towards bibliographic scholarship and the future of scholarly editing in the digital age.