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Proposed SOF Bylaws Announced

The proposed bylaws for the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship have been released, and are available to read here. The proposed Plan of Unification of the Shakespeare Fellowship and Shakespeare Oxford Society, along with a mail-in ballot, has been mailed to members ...

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Winners of the Student Essay Contest Announced

Read the 2012 winning essay: “Bringing Truth to Light – Why it Matters Who Wrote William’s Words” by Jacob Karlsson Lagerros Jacob Karlsson Lagerros, student at Viktor Rydberg Gymnasium in Stockholm Sweden, has been selected as winner of the 2012 ...

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Toronto Conference Schedule and Important Updates

Schedule Thursday,  17 October 12-1             Registration 1-1:15          Welcome. Opening of Conference. 1:15-2          Shelly Maycock  (Virginia) “Essex, Oxford and the Concept of Popularity in Late Elizabethan Discourse.”  How the notion of popularity can be recast from an Oxfordian perspective. 2-2:45       ...

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Required Reading! Diana Price, Author of Shakespeare’s Unorthodox Biography, Reviews Shakespeare Beyond Doubt Edited by Stanley Wells and Paul Edmondson

Everybody who is interested in the Shakespeare authorship question should read Diana Price’s entire review of Shakespeare Beyond Doubt.  I’m pasting below a long section from Diana Price’s review.  To read the entire review, please visit Diana’s website (http://www.shakespeare-authorship.com) or ...

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Still Plenty Of Room For Doubt — “Macduff’s” Insightful Review On Amazon.com Of Shakespeare Beyond Doubt: Evidence, Argument, Controversy

The following review, penned by “Macduff,” is certainly worth reading.  Here’s the link: http://www.amazon.com/gp/cdp/member-reviews/A6LSWAP1OPLEB/ref=cm_pdp_rev_title_2?ie=UTF8&sort_by=MostRecentReview#R2AHSYAEJA9BMW Review of Shakespeare Beyond Doubt: Evidence, Argument, Controversy by Stanley Wells and Paul Edmondson This book’s overriding theme is that readers should stop thinking for themselves ...

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