Sunday, October 4, 2015

Theil articles on SOF news webpage

by Linda Theil
For Oberon weblog readers who are not familiar with the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship news webpage, I have gathered several of my recent posts to that page. Each entry below includes the post title, date the post was published, and a short introduction to the post content. To read each entire post, click on each headline. All hotlinks indicated by red letters in each post are live on the SOF news page.

"LLL music a labor of love by Duffin, Caird, and Schmidt" Oct. 1, 2015

Ross Duffin’s work in documenting the deep importance of music in Shakespeare’s plays is a valuable resource to all Shakespeare lovers. Duffin’s article “‘Concolinel’: Moth’s Lost Song Recovered?” published in the Spring 2015 edition of Shakespeare Quarterly* was reported this summer by SOF Newsletter editor Alex McNeil . . .

British authorship scholars Ros Barber, PhD; Kevin Gilvary, PhD; and Alexander Waugh will be guests of host Geoffrey Riley on the Jefferson Public Radio news and information program, The Jefferson Exchangefrom 9-10 a.m. PT on September 23, 2015. The show will repeat at 9-10 p.m. PT and will be available as a podcast after the broadcast. . . .

"Oxfordian 17 published" Sept. 16, 2015
The Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship journal, The Oxfordian 17, produced under the leadership of new editor, Chris Pannell, is now available online to SOF members at The Oxfordian, password protected under the Publications tab on the SOF website. The hardcopy edition of The Oxfordian 17 may be ordered fromAmazon at a cost of $12.99. It is also available from Amazon in the UK and the EU. . . .
"Bevington to discuss First Folio at U Chicago October 17, 2015" Sept 14, 2015
David Bevington, PhD, will present a lecture titled, “The Assembling and Printing of the Shakespeare First Folio, 1623” at the University of Chicago Humanities Day October 17, 2015. The event is free and open to the public; registration is recommended. According to the University of Chicago’s online synopsis, Bevington chose his topic to coincide with the Folger Library’s “First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare” tour of the US in 2016. . . 
"Wember translates Twain's 'Is Shakespeare Dead?'" Sept 11, 2015Hanno Wember of Hamburg, Germany has announced that his translation of “Is Shakespeare Dead?” from My Autobiography by Mark Twain will be published this month as the 2015 yearbook project of the German, Shakespeare-authorship organization, Neue Shake-speare Gesellschaft (New Shakespeare Society). The 136-page translation is titled Ist Shakespeare tot? Aus meiner Autobiographieand will be available in hardcopy from publisher Stratosverlag and from Amazon.de at a price of EUR 9,90. No electronic version is available. . . . 
"SOF launches YouTube channel" Sept 2, 2015
The Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship has launched its own YouTube channel at SOF YouTube. The first SOF video is Bonner Miller Cutting’s “Early Modern Wardship and its Impact on Edward DeVere,”presented at the 2014 SOF conference in Madison, Wisconsin. . 
"Brief Chronicles VI available from CreateSpace" June 27, 2015
The Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship journal, Brief Chronicles VI, produced by general editor Roger Stritmatter, PhD, and managing editor Michael Delahoyde, PhD, is now available online to SOF members at Brief Chronicles VIunder the Publications Tab on the SOF website.
Hard copy issues will now be available to both membership and the general public at low cost through Amazon’s CreateSpace print-on-demand publishing arm at Amazon.com. . . .

Resources:
http://shakespeareoxfordfellowship.org/lll-music-a-labor-of-love-by-duffin-caird-and-schmidt/
http://shakespeareoxfordfellowship.org/anti-strat-brits-to-speak-on-jpr-radio-sept-23-2015/
http://shakespeareoxfordfellowship.org/oxfordian-17-published/
http://shakespeareoxfordfellowship.org/bevington-to-discuss-first-folio-at-u-chicago-october-17-2015/
http://shakespeareoxfordfellowship.org/wember-translates-twains-is-shakespeare-dead/
http://shakespeareoxfordfellowship.org/sof-launches-youtube-channel/
http://shakespeareoxfordfellowship.org/brief-chronicles-vi-available-from-create-space/