Online Class: Resources for Research… or … How to Find Good Stuff! with Hrodr-Navar Hakonsson, OL, OP

Join Hrodr-Navar Hakonsson, OL, OP for his class - Resources for Research... or ... How to Find Good Stuff! There is an amazing amount of good solid research available for free on-line and at your nearest university library. I'm not talking Wikipedia, I mean scholarly books, journal articles, doctoral dissertations and period manuscripts. I'll show... Continue Reading →

Online Class: Food History Resources: The good, the bad and the ugly with Maestro Eduardo Francesco Maria Lucrezia

Join Maestro Eduardo Francesco Maria Lucrezia, Lion of AnTir, O.L., O.P., Baron of the Court of AnTir for his class - Food History Resources: The good, the bad and the ugly. In this class we will explore written food history resources and discuss what makes a good source. We will explore the teachers extensive food... Continue Reading →

Online Class: Guide for Newcomers to Retinue with Dame Dame Gorandookht Mamigonian

Join Dame Gorandookht Mamigonian for her class "Guide for Newcomers to Retinue" based on her Tournaments Illuminated article. The class will go over the basic need to knows for retinue as well as an overview of items you may need/use and a Q&A session. https://youtu.be/2nytSDeRfK8 This is part of a series of online classes I... Continue Reading →

Online Class: Dreamweaving – Storytelling in the SCA with HL Maire nic Shiobhan

Join HL Maire nic Shiobhan for Dreamweaving: Storytelling in the SCA. Storytelling is a major part of the SCA culture and all cultures throughout history. Learn the basics on how to keep an audience engaged, how to entertain, and how to bring joy. https://youtu.be/hPXWNo_6hic This is part of a series of online classes I am... Continue Reading →

Online Class:So You Want To Be A Medieval Falconer with Lady Dagrun

In this class we will discuss the history of the sport of falconry. Topics covered: Why YOUR persona probably would have been a falconer and what you would know. Falconry terms used in period. General history of falconry in Rome, Japan, Scandinavia, Russia, Britain, Western Europe. You will be given both period and modern terms,... Continue Reading →

Online Class: Cartography in the SCA -or- Mapping the Knowne World with Sir Seumas mac Brehon

Join Sir Seumas mac Brehon for his class Cartography in the SCA -or- Mapping the Knowne World. This class will be a survey of the art and science of cartography, and its application within the SCA. https://youtu.be/_f0a27ps5Wc This is part of a series of online classes I am hosting through Zoom meetings Wednesdays at 6:30pm... Continue Reading →

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