Support the Shakespeare Authorship Research Centre at Concordia University

Concordia University has established the first of its kind within academia - a Shakespeare Authorship Research Centre - to house the university's growing Shakespearean library and to serve as a permanent academic home, administered by a Director to develop research tools and curricula for students and scholars who wish to pursue studies focused on the Shakespeare Authorship Question.

To advance these goals and to construct a library and permanent home for the Shakespeare Authorship Research Centre (a $15-million dollar commitment), the university broke ground on 11 April 2008; construction was completed in August 2009. To contribute to the library, advance the mission of the Shakespeare Authorship Research Centre, and /or to endow a professorial chair in Authorship Studies in your name or another's, contact Concordia University Foundation Director and CU Vice President, Gary Withers, at gwithers@cu-portland.edu, and the Director of the Shakespeare Authorship Research Centre, at dkluth@cu-portland.edu.

Main lobby of the SARC
Main Lobby of the SARC

Main lobby of the SARC
Main Lobby of the SARC

Classroom
The Des Cognets / Cowles Shakespeare classroom

Seminar Room
The Michael B. Wray Seminar room