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Don't Quill the Messenger : Shakespeare Authorship Explored

Mar 31, 2021

Steven welcomes author Robert Boog to the program to discuss his work, "Shakey's Madness," which explores evidence in the works of Shakespeare and the life of Edward de Vere suggesting he may have suffered from a mental disorder.

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Mar 17, 2021

Steven welcomes back Dr. Earl Showerman to discuss the line-up for the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship's April 10 online virtual symposium, featuring an international cast of scholars, presentations, and panel discussions.

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Mar 3, 2021

Steven welcomes William Boyle, retired librarian and founder of the New England Shakespeare Oxford Library, to discuss his 40-year history with Oxfordianism and why the controversial Prince Tudor theory of Shakespeare authorship continues to intrigue many who are interested in the Shakespeare Authorship Question and its...


Feb 17, 2021

Steven welcomes back Dorothea Dickerman to discuss the major romantic relationships in Edward de Vere's life, how they are reflected in the Shakespeare canon, and how they shaped the early feminism found in the works.

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Feb 3, 2021

Steven welcomes back second generation Oxfordian Bonner Miller Cutting to explore the tenth chapter in Bonner's book, "Necessary Mischief," covering her research into theories that Queen Elizabeth may have had an illegitimate child in secret.

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