The Complete Works of John Ford
The John Ford Editorial Project
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.
Funding for this project was provided by the Arts and Humanities Research Board from 2005 to 2010, enabling us to employ Dr. Marcus Dahl as a Research Assistant; to purchase microfilms or scans of every extant copy of Ford’s poems, prose, and plays, and other research material; to organise an editorial conference in London, which included a staged reading of Perkin Warbeck; and to pay for a room, computers, telephone and infrastructure provided by the Institute of English Studies (Director, Professor Warwick Gould, FRSA).
The edition will appear in the prestigious ‘Oxford English Texts’ series of Oxford University Press.
Volume 1; ISBN 978-0-19-959290-6. Buy from Oxford University Press
Plan of the Edition
Editor in chief
Sir Brian Vickers, FBA School of Advanced Study, University of London
Christopher Adams, Institute of English Studies, University of London
Dr Nigel Bawcutt, University of Liverpool
Dr Marcus Dahl, Institute of English Studies, University of London
Dr Carter Hailey, Folger Institute, Washington DC
Professor Lisa Hopkins, Sheffield Hallam University
Dr Eleanor Lowe, Oxford Brookes University
Professor Gilles Monsarrat, University of Burgundy, Dijon
Dr Katushiko Nogami, Meiji University, Tokyo
Dr R.J.C. Watt, University of Dundee
Dr Martin Wiggins, The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-on-Avon
Professor Rowland Wymer, Anglia Ruskin University
Further details on the Editors [pdf, 71kb]
The printed edition will be complemented by a complete Concordance using software created by Rob Watt. This will use a modern spelling text derived from the main edition, distinguishing homographs and offering multiple search facilities. The concordance will be available online, free of charge, on the School of Advanced Study's server.
Further details of the Concordance [PDF, 43kb].
For further information please contact us at:
The John Ford Project,
School of Advanced Study,
Tel: +44 (0)207 664 4862 / Fax: +44 (0)207 664 4863
Email: Marcus.firstname.lastname@example.org / Brian.email@example.com