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SOF publications request articles related to Shakespeare Identified

Shakespeare Identified Centennial publication project Request for papers for Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship publications The editors of the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship print publications in conjunction with the 2020 centennial celebration of the publication of J. Thomas Looney’s Shakespeare Identified in Edward ...

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SI-100 — James Warren research project

James Warren continues to examine impact of “Shakespeare” Identified SI-100 Committee member James Warren continues to lead the preliminary work to develop and organize materials for a book on the impact that“Shakespeare” Identified has had on Shakespeare studies and the ...

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Regnier offers expert testimony on “evidence”

Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship president Tom Regnier, JD, LLM, enlightens viewers in his talk, “The Law of Evidence and the Shakespeare Authorship Question,” now available on the SOF YouTube channel. Regnier said, “While the Shakespeare authorship question is more a literary-historical ...

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Hamill reports on Shakespearean Authorship Trust conference

Former Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship president John Hamill attended the Shakespearean Authorship Trust Conference November 22 in London. He, with assistance from others, sent the following report. O for a muse of fire, that would ascend The brightest heaven of invention, A ...

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SI-100 progress update: December 2015

Compiled by Kathryn Sharpe In this issue: SOF members get SI-100 update at Ashland conference James Warren continues to examine impact of “Shakespeare” Identified List of known letters of J. T. Looney SI-100 Committee membership changes New First Folio Committee ...

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Shahan’s video rips Shakespeare’s doublet

On Monday, Shakespeare Authorship Coalition chairperson John Shahan released a 14-minute video deconstructing the “ridiculous clothes” worn by Shakespeare in the First Folio portrait. Shahan and Malcolm Blackmoor of England’s De Vere Society  produced a video professionally narrated by actress Debbie Radcliffe on the topic of ...

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SAT hosts “Shakespeare’s Histories” conference Nov. 22, 2015

The Shakespearean Authorship Trust, in collaboration with Brunel University, will present “Shakespeare’s Histories: Whose Agenda Do They Serve?” at their annual conference November 22, 2015 held at Shakespeare’s Globe, London. Three USA scholars will present at the event: Gerit Quealy, Donna Murphy, and former ...

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Delahoyde edits Anthony & Cleopatra

Michael Delahoyde, PhD, managing editor of the SOF journal Brief Chronicles, has released his Oxfordian edition of William Shakespeare’s Anthony and Cleopatra, available through CreateSpace, Amazon’s independent publishing platform.” Although this edition of Anthony and Cleopatra was originally conceived as ...

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LLL music a labor of love by Duffin, Caird, and Schmidt

Ross Duffin’s work in documenting the deep importance of music in Shakespeare’s plays is a valuable resource to all Shakespeare lovers. Duffin’s article “‘Concolinel’: Moth’s Lost Song Recovered?” published in the Spring 2015 edition of Shakespeare Quarterly* was reported this ...

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SOF conference begins tomorrow in Ashland, Oregon

The annual Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship conference begins tomorrow, Sept. 24, 2015 in Ashland, Oregon. Full-conference or single-day admission is available online, or in person at the Ashland Springs Hotel tomorrow from 8 a.m. to noon — conference welcome at 1 ...

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