About the Project
The members of the Henslowe-Alleyn Digitisation Project wish to express their grateful thanks for funding to: The Leverhulme Trust, The British Academy, The Thriplow Charitable Trust, The Pilgrim Trust, the Henry E. Huntington Library, the Folger Shakespeare Library, the British and American Bibliographical Societies, King's College London, and The University of Reading.
For general support and advice we wish to thank the Governors and the entire staff of Dulwich College, especially Graham Able, the former Headmaster, and Joseph Spence, the current headmaster, as well as staff at: the Museum of London; King’s College London’s Centre for Computing in the Humanities; and the University of Reading’s Department of English and American Literature and the office of Research and Enterprise. Special thanks are due to: Nicholas Barker, Susan Brock, Christopher Clarkson, Philip Edwards, Andrew Gurr, Robert Harding, Christopher Hardman, Shaun Horan, Peter Jolly, John Jowett, Richard Kuhta, Jerome McGann, Alistair Morey, Alan H. Nelson, Nicholas Pickwoad, Carole Robb, Gerry Taylor, Sir Brian Vickers, Heather Wolfe, Laetitia Yeandle, and Georgianna Ziegler. For her innumerable contributions to the Project we remain especially grateful to Gill Cooper.