During our January 2020 meeting, Rick Etchells presented quite an interesting presentation titled An Exploration of The Extra-Holmesian Works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, where he presented the various works of Arthur Conan Doyle that were either outside of the canon or related to subject matter of a non-Sherlockian nature. It was quite the presentation, which you can view below. [...]
During our September 2019 meeting, First Pip Brian Clark presented an excellent analysis of our chosen reading, The Adventure of the Stockbroker’s Clerk. Whether it was the discussion about St. Vitus’ Dance or the excellent statistics of how many times shoe-related deductions were made, it was a well-received presentation and very well presented! You can view the presentation Brian made below.Presentation [...]
During our meeting on January 27th, 2019, our member Kevin Beard presented a fascinating presentation on the Failures of Sherlock Holmes, which, as you can imagine, caused quite the interest and discussion amongst our members! Below you can view or download both the powerpoint presentation as well as Kevin’s spreadsheet of statistics that provide evidence of failure based on several metrics.
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 to and learning from Dr. Kissane.
Jane Almquist Presents: Sherlock Holmes: Religion and Spirituality in the Victorian Age and in the CanonJohn Openshaw Society
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.
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.