THEMATIC DISCUSSIONS OF TOLKIEN STUDIES

1. Tolkien Library Day

TheOneRing.net Reading Room

January 2002

 

 

 

 


2. The 2004 Marquette Conference
, November 2004 - March 2005

3. The Letters of J. R. R. Tolkien, June 2005 - March 2006

4. The Tolkien Encyclopedia Reading Room Contributors, March 2006 - August 2006

5. 'Themes in Tolkien', September 2006 - January 2007

6. Tolkien Illustrations, January 2007 - June 2007

7. The Second Age of the Sun, May 2011 - November 2011

8. Tolkien: A Cultural Phenomenon (by Brian Rosebury), January 2012 - March 2012

9. Tertiary Characters in The Hobbit, February 2012 - April 2012

10. Law and Arda (by Douglas Kane), May 2013

11. The History of The Hobbit (by John Rateliff), June 2013 - August 2013

12. The First TORn Amateur Symposium, July 2013

13. Tolkien's Letter #131, September 2013 - October 2013

14. The Second TORn Amateur Symposium, November 2013

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15. The Third TORn Amateur Symposium, April 2014
 

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The Professor pulling down a copy of "The Hobbit" in Portuguese. Look at those bookshelves! Full of his work in different editions and languages. -G.H.: Bookshelves, Books Libraries Etc, J R R Tolkien, Books Worth, Books Collection, Professor Tolkien, Tolkien Inspiration, Hobbit Lord, Jrr Tolkien

 

Tolkien Library / Resource Day

by Pallando II et. al., January 27-28, 2002

OK you Loremasters... [1/24/2002 @ 23:36] (0/0)

And for the rest of us too... Sunday all day! [1/24/2002 @ 23:41] (0/0)

Library Day Post <Altaira> [1/27/2002 @ 15:10] (4/10)

It's Library/Resource Day in theReading Room. I especially hope that our loremasters will contribute... [1/27/2002 @ 15:12] (0/0)

Unfinished Tales (JRR Tolkien, 1980) ***** This was mentioned earlier by Altaira and... [1/27/2002 @ 15:23] (1/5)

Atlas of Middle Earth by Karen Fonstad * * * * * ; this is one I couldn't do without... [1/27/2002 @ 15:30] (3/4)

Does Anyone Remember "The Tolkien Scrapbook"? <Watson> [1/27/2002 @ 15:38] (2/2)

Complete Guide to Middle Earth, Robert Foster * * * * * ; another keeper right next to you... [1/27/2002 @ 15:44] (1/1)

One that sucks: Meditations on Middle Earth, Karen Haber, Ed 2001 ( * )  [1/27/2002 @ 15:57] (1/1)

The Tolkien Companion, JCA Tyler ( * * * ) OK (but Fosters is better) [1/27/2002 @ 16:22] (2/2)

How about some opinions on I -XII History of Middle Earth series?  [1/27/2002 @ 16:23] (4/7)

"Tolkien: The Illustrated Encyclopaedia" <Watson> [1/27/2002 @ 16:56] (1/1)

Just can't keep my mouth shut, but.... <Watson> [1/27/2002 @ 17:11] (2/8)

Library Day listing <Moriel> [1/27/2002 @ 17:31] (1/1)

J.R.R. Tolkien Artist and Illustrator :) <Ainagil> [1/27/2002 @ 17:44] (0/0)

Another Must: JRRTolkien: Artist and Illustrator by Hammond and Scull (* * * *) [1/27/2002 @ 17:51] (0/0)

Website recommendation (5 stars!) <Eledhwen> [1/27/2002 @ 18:46] (1/1)

What about scholarly works on Tolkien? <maegwen> [1/27/2002 @ 19:23] (5/7)

Here's a critical analysis: Tolkien: A Celebration; Joseph Pearce, ed ( * * * * ) 2000 [1/27/2002 @ 20:31] (0/0)

I wanted to bring up again "The Letters of JRRT", H.Carpenter, ed: (* * * * * +) [1/27/2002 @ 21:42] (2/3)

Only a few more, I promise: "JRRTolkien" by Tom Shippey. ( * * * ) [1/28/2002 @ 0:15] (1/1)

A rather good recent release: "LOTR Mythology of Power" Jane Chance (* * * *) [1/28/2002 @ 0:52] (2/2)

Well, I got yelled at for posting Noel's "Language of ME" yesterday here but ... ;-)  [1/28/2002 @ 1:13] (3/8)

And for my last Library post of the day... [1/28/2002 @ 2:03] (2/3)

Thank you all for participating today. I will...... [1/28/2002 @ 2:06] (2/3)