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2017 Chicago Conference Agenda

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Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Conference October 12 – 15, 2017 | Loyola University, Corboy Law Center, 25 East Pearson St., Chicago For details and to register, visit our Conference page.                        ...

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2016 Boston Conference Agenda

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  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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2014 SOF conference abstracts

2014 Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship  Authorship Conference, Madison, Wisconsin: Speakers, Titles, Abstracts and Brief Bios including hot links to resources and contact information where available. The full 2014 Conference schedule can be found here. JULIE SANDYS BIANCHI Untangling Elizabethan Roots – A ...

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2014 Madison Conference Agenda

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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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2014 SARC Conference in Portland

The 18th annual Shakespeare Authorship Research Centre (SARC) conference will be held at Concordia University, Portland, OR, April 10-13, 2014. The conference will convene Thursday evening at 6 PM with a reception and screening of Joss Whedon’s contemporary film version ...

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The Unbroken Line: Oxford, Acting Companies and the Phenomenon of Shakespeare

By Hank Whittemore Outline of a paper presented at the SOS/SF 2013 Joint Conference in Toronto First … a prologue   The year is 1912 … eight years before “Shakespeare” identified Charles William Wallace – 1912 Professor Charles William Wallace ...

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Shakespeare’s Aristophanic Comedy

By Earl Showerman  Abstract of a paper presented at the SOS/SF 2013 Joint Conference in Toronto    “So far as native talent goes, there is no Greek dramatist that stands anywhere  near Shakespeare, though Aristophanes suggests him.”         John Jay Chapman,  Greek ...

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