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Summer 2015 newsletter published

Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Newsletter editor Alex McNeil has released the Summer 2015 edition of the newsletter, now available online — under password — to SOF members. Non-members may gain access to the newsletter by joining the SOF. Sign up to ...

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Rubin pleased by Stratford moot court

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] SOF Trustee Don Rubin worked hard to insure the “Authorship Appeal” moot court held yesterday at the Stratford Festival would not become derisive of  Shakespeare authorship skeptics, and he succeeded. Although the debate topic — whether there is sufficient evidence to refute the claim ...

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Authorship Mock Trial in Stratford Ontario on October 4 – free tickets available

Don Rubin assists anti-Strat counsel Newly elected SOF board member Don Rubin is assisting attorney Guy Pratte who is legal counsel representing the anti-Stratfordian position in a mock trial to decide whether there is enough evidence to unseat William of Stratford ...

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2013 Toronto conference abstracts and speaker info

Information about presentations made at the SOS/SF (now the joint Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship) conference held in Toronto, Canada on October 17-20, 2013 is now available on the SOF website under the heading, “2013 Conference Abstracts and Speaker Info”. The page ...

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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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The Toronto Shakespeare Authorship Conference October 17-20, 2013

North America’s two leading Oxfordian associations — the Shakespeare Fellowship and the Shakespeare Oxford Society – are now accepting proposals for papers for their upcoming joint conference to be held in Toronto October 17 to 20, 2013. While the organizers ...

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