→ Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship (SOF)
The Shakespeare Fellowship (SF) at first was devoted to the study of the →Shakespeare authorship not endorsing any particular candidate. SF was founded in England in 1921 by →J. Thomas Looney and →Sir George Greenwood a prominent →anti-Stratfordian who had never declared his support for any particular alternative author. Unfortunately after Greenwoods death (1628) the SF became somewhat inevitably totally identified with →Oxfordian theory: promoting →Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford as the true author of the works of Shakespeare.
The main reasons for the unification of 2 separate Shakespeare-Oxford organisations – I suppose- was the remarkable dramatic decline of interest in the SF Website and Forum over the last years.
Todays comprehensive candidate-neutral website and resource has become
→ The Shakespearean Authorship Trust (SAT)