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Members of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) dressed in armour in preperation for the SCA 'College Challenge' tournament. In Perth, Western Australia, there are only two chapters of the SCA which are based in colleges (St. Basil (UWA) or St.…

Members of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) clad in armour in preperation for the SCA 'College Challenge' tournament. In Perth, Western Australia, there are only two chapters of the SCA which are based in colleges (St. Basil (UWA) or St.…

The article ‘The bride wore… a sword’ by reporter Hannah Martin appeared in the online version of the Tasmanian newspaper The Mercury. The article reports on a medieval ‘Celtic’-style wedding of two members of the…

A student essay submitted by Nancy White as part of her assessment for ‘ENGL2238: The Medieval in the Modern World’, a second year English unit delivered by Professor Andrew Lynch at The University of Western Australia. In this essay, the author…

The Kingdom of Lochac is the name used by members of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) for a fictional kingdom comprising Australia, New Zealand and their Antarctic territories. Lochac is one of nineteen kingdoms worldwide. Australia itself…

Scans of the essay questions for the English and Cultural Studies undergraduate course Medieval in the Modern World coordinated by Andrew Lynch at the University of Western Australia. Of particular note is question 12 which asks students to write…

Members of the Society for Creative Anachronism preparing to fight in a battle for the 2010 College Challenge between the factions of St Lazarus and St Basil. The tournament was held at the University of Western Australia. About the Society…