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Oxonmoot 2009 News

July 25, 2009 at 11:21 am by xoanon  - 

From The Tolkien Society: Oxonmoot 2009, 25th – 27th September, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. A weekend of Talks and Papers, a fiendish quiz, an Art Show, Merry & Pippin’s Dance Workshop, a Dealers’Room, and Enyalië (act of remembrance at Tolkien’s grave). Oxonmoot is the special event of the Tolkien Society year held on a weekend close to Bilbo & Frodo’s birthdays. There is a range of activities such as academic talks & papers, workshops (see the Call for Papers below if you wish to offer something), new, second-hand and rare book dealers, an art show (with professional and amateur works), plus a quiet area where you can drink tea, fill up the corners and chat with old or new friends. Of course there is also a party including a masquerade (costume is optional) and entertainments. It is a great time for making new friends in the Society. On Sunday there is a wreath laying and short act of remembrance, Enyalië, at Tolkien’s grave.

Registration Rates:

£28 (members) or £33 (non-members), reduced rates for under 16s
up to 31st July (add £7.50 to each rate thereafter)
Accommodation and meals available within Lady Margaret Hall College separately

Information and On-line Bookings:

www.oxonmoot.org/index.php
Last date for advance (registration, accommodation and meals) bookings: 4th September ‘09
As noted above rates rise after 31st July, day rates may be available later.

E-mail enquiries: bookings AT tolkiensociety DOT org

www.oxonmoot.org/call-for-papers.php

If you wish to present a paper, chair a discussion or otherwise educate and entertain your fellow Tolkien fans during the day, please fill in the online submission form.

The call for papers is open until 14 August ‘09.

The Tolkien Society is an organisation which contracts with Lady Margaret Hall for the use of facilities, but has no formal connection with The University of Oxford.

Posted in Events, Fans, J.R.R. Tolkien, Meet Ups, Tolkien on July 25, 2009 by

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