Our very own Rick Etchells gave an exciting and interesting presentation titled Untold Tales of Sherlock Holmes, which covered cases Sir Arthur Conan Doyle never got around to writing. All of our members had nothing but accolades for the presentation, and we look forward to hearing from Rick again very soon!
Our very own Holmes, Dr. Kelly C. Kissane, gave a delightful presentation on Biology and Forensics within the canon. All of our members had a fantastic time listening and learning from Dr. Kissane, and we look forward to the next meeting’s presentation!
The presentation “Sherlock Holmes: Religion and Spirituality in the Victorian Age and in the Canon” was presented by Jane Almquist, a veteran Sherlockian with JOS who deserves full marks for a brilliant delivery last night. It was a wonderful and thoroughly presented presentation and we look forward to the next one!
The presentation “Was Sherlock Holmes a Woman?” was presented by Ryan Maye Handy, who deserves full marks for a brilliant delivery last night. She successfully navigated the fine lines involved in presenting a controversial topic to a mixed audience. It was fascinating and well-received.
One of our members, Tyler, gave a fascinating presentation titled “Engaging Today’s Youth With the Lures of Mystery: Using Sherlock Holmes Successfully in the Classroom”. It was very well received by everyone who attended.
Robert presents a sequel to his prior presentation, Sherlock Holmes & Wine! This presentation was well received by all who attended.
Please take the time to view Brian’s excellent presentation on Holmes vs Brown, a comparison of the men, their methods, and their meaning. It’s quite the presentation!
Please take the time to view Brian’s excellent presentation on Sherlockian Problem Determination. An excellent read!
In this exciting presentation, Julia presents the music of Sherlock Holmes, such as his violins, favorite music, and influence on the musical world. Click below to view the presentation!
Robert gave an excellent presentation of Wine that was mentioned throughout the Canon, as well as providing us some wine to taste ourselves! Click below to view the presentation.
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