Gordon Turnbull, General Editor
Andrew Heisel, Associate Editor
Mark Spicer, Production Consultant
Nadine Honigberg, Administrative Assistant
Editors of volumes in progress
Nigel Aston, Reader in Early Modern History, University of Leicester
The Correspondence of James Boswell and William Johnson Temple, 1756-1795, Vol.2, 1777-1795
Thomas F. Bonnell, Professor of English, Saint Mary’s College
Boswell’s ‘Life of Johnson’: An Edition of the Original Manuscript, in Four Volumes, Vol. 4: 1780-1784
James Boswell: Journals 1761-1763
John Eglin, Professor of History, University of Montana
James Boswell: The Journal of His Italian and French Travels, 1765-1766.
James Boswell, Journals 1766-1769
Murray G. H. Pittock, Pro-Vice Principal - Special Projects (Senior Vice Principal), Bradley Chair of English Literature (English Literature), University of Glasgow
The Political Correspondence of James Boswell
Richard B. Sher, Distinguished Professor of History, New Jersey Institute of Technology, (and James J. Caudle, text editor)
The Correspondence of James Boswell with Sir William Forbes of Pitsligo
The Yale Editions of the Private Papers of James Boswell is served by an Editorial Committee.
Conrad K. Harper, Chair pro tem.
Amy Meyers, Director, Yale Center for British Art
E.C. Schroeder, Director of Beinecke Library and Associate University Librarian, Yale University
Barbara Shailor, Senior Lecturer, Classics Department, Yale University
Robert H. Smith Jr., Attorney, Robinson and Cole
Gordon Turnbull, General Editor, Yale Boswell Editions (ex officio)
The Yale Editions of the Private Papers of James Boswell draw also on the advice and services of a group of specialists and scholars, the Advisory Committee.
Linda J. Colley, Shelby M. C. Davis 1958 Professor of History, Princeton University.
The Earl of Elgin and Kincardine, k.t., Broomhall, Dunfermline, Fife.
Bernhard Fabian, Emeritus Professor of English and Bibliography, University of Münster.
Roger Lonsdale, Emeritus Fellow, Balliol College, Oxford University.
McLean, Ralph, Manuscripts Curator (Long 18th Century Collections), Archives and Manuscript Collections, National Library of Scotland.
Giuseppe Mazzotta, Sterling Professor of Italian Language and Literature, Yale University.
Pierre Morère, Professor Emeritus of English and Scottish Literature, Université Stendhal.
Ronald H. Paulson, William D. and Robin Mayer Professor Emeritus in the School of Arts and Sciences, Johns Hopkins University.
Nicholas T. Phillipson, Honorary Fellow, History, University of Edinburgh.
H. Mairi J. Robinson, Member, Scottish Dictionaries Council.
Richard B. Sher, Distinguished Professor of History, New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Stuart Sherman, Associate Professor of English, Fordham University.
The Robert Warnock Fellowship Fund was established by Anita F. Warnock in 1972 with the instructions that it would be to benefit a “worthy scholar working on the Boswell Project at Yale University.” In the past, up until 2016, scholars received Warnock Funding in the form of either Senior (S) or Junior (J) fellowships.
Fellows of 2015-16
Michael Amrozowicz (J), Thomas Bonnell (S), Justin Brooks (J), John A. Eglin (S), Andrew Heisel (J), Hugh Milne (S), Richard B. Sher (S)
For application information and deadlines regarding Junior Warnock Fellowships, contact the office directly: email@example.com