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The Dutch Tolkien Society, Unquendor, is to hold it’s 40th anniversary celebrations in June 2021 in Baarlo, the Netherlands.

The Call for Papers for Oxonmoot 2020, which will take place at St Anne’s College Oxford from Thursday 3rd September to Sunday 6th September 2020, is now open.

To mark J.R.R. Tolkien’s twelfty-eighth (128th) birthday, The Tolkien Society invites fans all over the world to participate in our annual Birthday Toast.

Applications are invited from students studying for a postgraduate research degree for Tolkien Society Bursaries to support attendance to present their work at Oxonmoot 2020.

We are now calling for papers for The Tolkien Society Seminar 2020, which will be held online on Saturday 4th July. The theme is Adapting Tolkien.

Bookings for Oxonmoot 2019, the Tolkien Society’s annual celebration, are still open; but bookings for meals and rooms close on 29th August. Oxonmoot 2019 will take place over the weekend of 13th-15th September 2019, at St Antony’s College, Oxford, and here’s everything you need to know.

The Dutch Tolkien Society, Unquendor, is to hold it’s 40th anniversary celebrations in June 2021 in Baarlo, the Netherlands.

Applications are invited from students studying for a postgraduate research degree for Tolkien Society Bursaries to support attendance to present their work at Oxonmoot 2020.

The Call for Papers for Oxonmoot 2020, which will take place at St Anne’s College Oxford from Thursday 3rd September to Sunday 6th September 2020, is now open.

We are now calling for papers for The Tolkien Society Seminar 2020, which will be held online on Saturday 4th July. The theme is Adapting Tolkien.

To mark J.R.R. Tolkien’s twelfty-eighth (128th) birthday, The Tolkien Society invites fans all over the world to participate in our annual Birthday Toast.

Bookings for Oxonmoot 2019, the Tolkien Society’s annual celebration, are still open; but bookings for meals and rooms close on 29th August. Oxonmoot 2019 will take place over the weekend of 13th-15th September 2019, at St Antony’s College, Oxford, and here’s everything you need to know.