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2016 Boston Conference Agenda

Boston conference

  The Agenda for the upcoming Chicago Conference will be posted in summer 2017. Consider speaking at this year’s event – see our Call for Papers for more information.     The 2016 Shakespeare Authorship Conference took place November 3-6 at the Boston ...

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SOF conferees attend American Players Theatre in Spring Green Sept. 13

The air bites shrewdly; it is very cold!   The 2014 SOF conference in Madison, Wisconsin will likely be remembered as the conference of the down-filled comforters. Although the weather was brisk all weekend, and the medieval picnic before the play at ...

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Altrocchi received Oxfordian Achievement Award

The Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship board of trustees presented Paul Altrocchi, MD the  Oxfordian Achievement Award today at the Overture Center in Madison, WI, during the second day of a four-day conference on the topic of the Shakespeare authorship. Altrocchi learned about ...

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2014 Madison Conference Agenda

Hank Whittemore

The 2014 Shakespeare Authorship Conference will take place September 11-14 at the Overture Center in Madison, WI. Register here. Please note: All events and times are subject to change. We look forward to seeing you in Madison! Conference Schedule Thursday, ...

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Brief Chronicles III released online

Shakespeare Fellowship President Earl Showerman announced the publication of the fellowship’s online journal Brief Chronicles, Vol. 3: Brief Chronicles Vol 3 has been posted on-line. This year’s volume has over 300 pages of outstanding scholarship, including articles on Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello, ...

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SF board members featured on new podcast website

Shakespeare Fellowship board members Bonner Miller Cutting and Tom Regnier have been featured on Jennifer Newton’s new podcast website, Shakespeare Underground. Newton describes her site as a podcast series that examines the works and life of William Shakespeare, and explores why there ...

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