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Donald Miller: How I Became an Oxfordian

My path to becoming an Oxfordian began in 1995, when I came across a book by Richard Whalen titled “Shakespare: WHO WAS HE? The Oxford Challenge to the Bard of Avon, published the previous year. Up until that point, while ...

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Whittemore reviews Ideas of Order: A Close Reading of Shakespeare’s Sonnets

Ideas of Order book cover

The Sonnets consist of “love poetry that is as passionate, daring, intimate, searing, and lyrical as any that we may ever encounter,” Rudenstine writes, adding that the poems are “more carefully ordered—as a coherent sequence” than most commentators allow, and that “some of the clusters of linked sonnets seem so tightly bound together”

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Pamela Butler: How I Became an Oxfordian

I first learned about Edward de Vere when I encountered a man in an Elizabethan costume at an Oxford conference in San Francisco. I was having dinner at the same hotel, and asked him what was going on. He asked ...

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Gary Livacari: How I Became an Oxfordian

I am greatly indebted to the late Joseph Sobran for introducing me to the Shakespeare-authorship question. It was his columns in National Review almost 30 years ago that first alerted me to the controversy. Every so often, he would stray ...

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Conference keynote Whittemore completes “100 reasons”

Oxfordian extraordinaire Hank Whittemore presented the keynote address at the banquet on Sept. 14, the final day of the SOF conference in Madison, WI. In his address, Whittemore announced the completion of a project he began almost three years ago: ...

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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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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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Waugh battles Strats at The Globe; Barber calls for cease fire

Dec. 10, 2013 Shakespeare Authorship Coalition Honorary President Alexander Waugh opened the 2013  Shakespearean Authorship Trust  conference titled “Much Ado about Italy” at Shakespeare’s Globe in London on November 24 with an excoriation of sloppy Stratfordian scholarship. He based his commentary on ...

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