Complete Works of John Ford


Project Summary

This project is hosted by: Institute of English Studies

Research interests:
Early Modern, English Literature, Manuscript studies
Regions:
Africa, Asia, United Kingdom
Project period:
01-Mar-2005 - 31-Mar-2010
Project summary:
The goals of this project are twofold:

To produce a new edition of John Ford's Collected Works, to be published in three volumes by Oxford University Press.

To produce an electronic concordance to the edition, to be freely available on the IES / SAS website.

Management Details

Lead researcher & project contact:

Name Position Institute Organisation Contact
Professor Sir Brian Vickers Senior Research Fellow Institute of English Studies School of Advanced Study, University of London brian.vickers@sas.ac.uk

 

Researchers:

Name Position Institute Organisation Contact
Dr Marcus Dahl Lecturer in Authorship Studies Institute of English Studies School of Advanced Study, University of London marcus.dahl@sas.ac.uk

 

Funding:

Funder Grant type Award
Arts and Humanities Research Board

 


Related Activities

Related websites:

Title Details
The John Ford Editorial Project For further information please contact us at:
The John Ford Project, School of Advanced Study, Senate House, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU.
Tel: +44 (0)207 664 4862 / Fax: +44 (0)207 664 4863
Email: marcus.dahl@sas.ac.uk">marcus.dahl@sas.ac.uk brian.vickers@sas.ac.uk">brian.vickers@sas.ac.uk

 

Related publications/articles:

Title Details Publication date
The Collected Works of John Ford Volume I Edited by Gilles Monsarrat, Sir Brian Vickers FBA, and R. J. C. Watt
720 pages | 13 black-and-white halftones | 234x156mm
978-0-19-959290-6 | Hardback | 15 December 2011

Illustrations
Preface
Acknowledgements
Introduction: The Early Years (1586-1620)
Honor Triumphant and The Monarches Meeting (1606)
Fames Memoriall, or The Earle of Devonshire Deceased (1606)
A Funerall Elegie for William Peter (1612)
Christes Bloodie Sweat (1613)
The Golden Meane (1613: 1614)
A Line of Life (1620)
Elegy on John Fletcher (ca. 1625)
Uncollected Pieces (1606-1638)
Index
2011