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Brief Chronicles Publishes Special First Folio Edition

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In response to the many activities marking the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakspere of Stratford, and particularly in response to the Folger Shakespeare Library’s decision to exhibit copies of the First Folio in every state in the ...

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Report on Toronto Anti-Stratfordians’ Rebuttal to the 400th Anniversary

Keir Cutler and Diana Price

A two-hour look into William Shakespeare’s “unorthodox” biography took place at the Canadian Stage Company’s Berkeley Street Theatre on April 24th from 4 to 6 p.m. The event, produced by Professor Don Rubin and sponsored by the Shakespeare Authorship Coalition ...

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Joella Werlin: How I Became an Oxfordian

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A few years back, I was a guest at a duo-piano recital in the elegant Portland home of a prominent arts patron, Mary Tooze. Her name, now her memory, is significant because—then unbeknownst to me—Mary was an early, generous supporter ...

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Spreading the Shakespeare Authorship Message in South Florida

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Tom Regnier has recently appeared on television and in person promoting the Shakespeare Authorship Question in South Florida (Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties). On March 25, 2016, Tom’s TV interview on Spotlight on the Arts was aired in South ...

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Randall Sherman: How I Became an Oxfordian

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I first became aware of the authorship question back in 1974, when my father, who was an attorney, sent me a copy of the Harvard Review, which contained an article written by Charlton Ogburn. At the time, I was taking ...

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Winter 2016 Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter Now Available

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The Winter 2016 issue of the Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter is now available online and in print. All members may download the online version, and the printed version is in the mail to members who paid for it as part of ...

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Prechter: Why Did Robert Greene Repent?

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The video of Robert Prechter’s talk on Robert Greene at the 2015 Ashland conference is now available on the SOF YouTube Channel. Various theories propose that Robert Greene, Henry Chettle and/or Thomas Nashe wrote Greenes Groats-worth of Witte (1592). Biographers ...

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Research Grant Program 2016: Bringing the Truth to Light

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The SOF’s Research Grant Program is now accepting grant applications for 2016 and encouraging members to help us raise the additional funds we need to keep the grant program going strong. If you have not yet seen the Ashland conference ...

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Call for Papers: SOF Conference, Boston 2016

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The program committee of the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship (SOF) has formulated guidelines for paper submissions for the 2016 annual conference at the Boston Marriott in Newton, MA. The goal of these guidelines is to encourage the submission of papers that ...

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SOF launches Instagram campaign

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The SOF is happy to announce that it is now active on Instagram. What is Instagram? Instagram is a social media platform where users can post photos and short videos (15 seconds or less) with captions to captivate their followers. ...

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