Call for Papers for the 2014 Shakespeare Authorship Studies Conference
This international academic conference invites papers of approximately 30 - 45 minutes' reading length for presentation on topics that offer distinguished study and advanced understanding of the Shakespeare Authorship Question, with special attention dedicated to research that contributes to or challenges arguments and evidence that the Shakespeare canon was authored by a pseudonymous poet-playwright of the Elizabethan-Jacobean era.
Given the high number of applicants for speaking positions at the Shakespeare Authorship Studies Conference, applications for presentation time are competitive. To apply for consideration for a place on the 2014 conference agenda, applicants should mail to the Conference Director, for reception by 1 October 2013, two hard copies of a proposed paper, accompanied by an annotated bibliography of all sources cited. In lieu of a complete paper, minimally necessary for consideration for placement on the agenda-absent a commissioned paper or invitation to speak-is the submission of two hard copies of a detailed abstract and annotated bibliography. A current CV or professional biography with a record of all publications and a history of conference presentations should accompany submissions of papers or abstracts. Candidates will be notified by late November if their proposals have been accepted.
Prof. Daniel Wright, Director
The Shakespeare Authorship Research Centre
2811 NE Holman
Portland, OR 97211-6099
William Farina, author of De Vere as Shakespeare
Prof Roger Stritmatter, author of Edward de Vere's Geneva Bible
Jose Carillo de Albornoz Fabregas, author of "Antonio Perez en la obra de Shakespeare"