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New Research Grant Program Established!

New Research Grant Program Established!

From the President’s Office: One of our primary objectives as an Oxfordian organization is furthering research that will ultimately provide clear evidence that Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, was the author of the works published under the pseudonym ...

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See Video of Fleet Street Debate Here

See Video of Fleet Street Debate Here

“Does the Authorship Question Matter?” Video of the debate at Ye Olde Cock Tavern, Fleet Street, London, organised by the Central London Debating Society, held on 30 April 2014. Chair: Alain English. Speakers: Professor William Leahy, Dr. Rosalind Barber, Alexander ...

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Call for Papers for 2014 SOF Conference

Call for Papers for 2014 SOF Conference

Call for Papers for the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship’s Annual Conference in Madison, Wisconsin, September 11-14, 2014. Proposals for conference papers and presentations are now being accepted. The Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship is dedicated to academic excellence, and guidelines for presentation of ...

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London Debate: Does the Authorship Question Matter?

London Debate: Does the Authorship Question Matter?

Special thanks to Kevin Gilvary and Heward Wilkinson of the DeVere Society for their reports on the panel debate, “Shakespeare Authorship Question — Does This Matter?”, organized by Alain English and presented in London at Ye Olde Cock Tavern on ...

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2014 SOF Conference, September 11 – 14, Madison, Wisconsin

2014 SOF Conference, September 11 – 14, Madison, Wisconsin

Save the Date! The Annual Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Authorship Conference will be held in Madison, Wisconsin from Thursday, September 11th through Sunday, September 14th, 2014.   What: Stay current with the latest in research, publications, debate, film, and performance from ...

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Visit Seahaven on the Potomac

Visit Seahaven on the Potomac

The Folger Shakespeare Library held a three-day conference in collaboration with the National Endowment for the Humanities on the issue of “Shakespeare and the Problem of Biography”. The issue is topical because the world celebrates the 450 anniversary of Shakespeare’s ...

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