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18th ANNUAL SHAKESPEARE
AUTHORSHIP RESEARCH CENTRE CONFERENCE
The 18th annual Shakespeare Authorship Research Centre (SARC) conference was held at Concordia University Portland, OR, April 10-13, 2014.
The conference convened with a reception and screening of Joss Whedon's contemporary film version of Much Ado about Nothing, followed by a short presentation on Shakespeare's sources for this comedy in the context of literary patronage and attribution.
CONFERENCE PRESENTERS INCLUDED (alphabetical order):
- Keir Cutler — From Crackpot to Mainstream: The Evolution of the Authorship Question & performing his adaptation of Mark Twain's satire Is Shakespeare Dead?
- Bonner Cutting — Evermore in Subjection: Wardship in Early Modern England and Its Impact on Edward de Vere
- Dr. Michael Delahoyde of Washington State University — Subliminal Chaucer in Shakespeare
- Dr. Rima Greenhill of Stanford University — This Old House: English Merchants in Moscow
- Lynne Kositsky — Shrovetide in The Tempest
- Mark Mendizza — Ted Hughes' book: Shakespeare and the Goddess of Complete Being
- Michael Morse — A Critique of Oxfordian Cryptographic Analysis: Falsifiability, the Non-Exclusivity Problem, and the Seductive Allure of Fictive Ontologies" and "Tom o' Bedlam's Song: The Case for Oxford 's Authorship
- Gerit Quealy — Who Ultimately Won the Tennis Court Quarrel? with reflections of the Earl of Oxford and Phillip Sidney "poet's war"
- William Ray — Secrets of the Droeshout Shakespeare Portrait
- Prof. Don Rubin — Sisyphus and the Globe: Turning (on) the Media
- Prof. Sam Saunders — Conditional Probability and the Shakespeare Authorship Question
- Dr. Earl Showerman — A Midsummer Night's Dream: Shakespeare's Aristophanic Comedy
- Dr. Roger Stritmatter of Coppin State University — This Common Shipwreck: Some antecedents of The Tempest metaphor in an annotated copy of Seneca's Ten Tragedies
- Dr. Peter A. Sturrock of Stanford University (emeritus), author of the recently published study, AKA Shakespeare: A Scientific Approach to the Authorship Question — A Probabilistic Analysis of the Dedication to the Sonnets
- Dr. Michael Thomas of Concordia University Portland
- James Warren, editor of An Index of Oxfordian Publications (2013)