John K. Hale was educated at the Universities of Oxford, Durham,
He has taught at the Universities of Edinburgh, Manitoba and Otago,
with visiting lecturing at Osaka, Leyden, Sydney and Pisa.
His books include: The Shakespeare of the Comedies (Peter Lang,
1996), Milton's Languages: The Impact of Multilingualism on Style
(Cambridge, 1997), John Milton. Latin Writings, edited and
translated (van Gorcum and MRTS, 1998).
Due out later in 2005 is Milton's Cambridge Latin 1625-1632 (from
MRTS). He is editing and translating Milton's controversial De Doctrina
Christiana for the Oxford University Press's Complete Works of Milton.
He has staged performances of Paradise Lost on varying principles since
1990, especially competitive ones: to see more about this, visit the
at Otago website.