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Tongue-Tied by Authorities: Library of Congress Vocabularies and the Shakespeare Authorship Question
(Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 2022-09-22)
Despite the existence of a vast literature reflecting hundreds of years of scholarship questioning the authorship of the works of Shakespeare, the conventional Library of Congress Name Authority File and Library of Congress ...
Stratfordian Epistemology and the Ethics of Belief
(The Oxfordian, 2022-09-08)
This article considers belief in the traditional biography of Shakespeare -- that he was the "man from Stratford" -- in terms of belief ethics, to determine whether or not it is ethical and praiseworthy, or unethical and ...
Was Shakespeare a Ramist? (Review of The Rational Shakespeare: Peter Ramus, Edward de Vere, and the Question of Authorship. By Michael Wainwright.)
(The Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship, 2020-09)
Book review essay discussing Michael Wainwright's book "The Rational Shakespeare: Peter Ramus, Edward de Vere, and the Question of Authorship"
The Role of Multidimensional Library Neutrality in Advancing Social Justice: Adapting Theoretical Foundations from Political Science and Urban Planning
There is an ongoing, polarizing debate in the library profession and scholarship regarding the perceived incompatibility between library neutrality (embedded in the profession through the American Library Association’s ...
With Swinish Phrase Soiling Their Addition: Epistemic Injustice, Academic Freedom, and the Shakespeare Authorship Question
(Emerald Publishing, 2020-11-23)
This chapter argues that the near-universal exclusion from the academy of the Shakespeare Authorship Question (or SAQ) represents a significant but little-understood example of an internal threat to academic freedom. Using ...