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A view of the Forum Theatre (formerly the State Theatre) in central Melbourne. Designed by American architect John Eberson in conjunction with Melbourne firm Bohringer, Taylor & Johnson, The Forum was originally built as a cinema palace. Completed in…

A view of the clocktower at the Forum Theatre (formerly the State Theatre) in central Melbourne. Designed by American architect John Eberson in conjunction with Melbourne firm Bohringer, Taylor & Johnson, The Forum was originally built as a cinema…

A view of a minaret - or tall, tiered tower - at the Forum Theatre (formerly the State Theatre) in central Melbourne. Designed by American architect John Eberson in conjunction with Melbourne firm Bohringer, Taylor & Johnson, The Forum was originally…

This photograph was taken during the Medievalism and Youth Culture Masterclass held at The University of Western Australia on December 6, 2011. The masterclass followed directly after the International Medievalism and Popular Culture Symposium. The…

An image of a record found in a York secondhand store featuring the soundtrack to the popular 1967 film "Camelot." An example of the popularity, commerciality and timelessness of Arthurian legends, the film was a box office hit in the West. The film…

An invitation to postgraduate students and early career researchers to attend the ARC Masterclass ‘Medievalism and Youth Culture’. The Masterclass is to be held at The University of Western Australia on December 6, 2011, and is led by Clare…

A review of the film The Viking on page 14 of the Adelaide newspaper ‘The Advertiser’ on October 17, 1929. The film was about Lief Eriksson, or Leif the Lucky, the leader of possibly the first group of Europeans to reach North America. The review…

A poem advertising the film ‘The Viking’ on page 6 of the Darwin newspaper, the Northern Territory Times on July 24, 1931. The poem mentions historical Viking Age Danish kings Gorm and his son Harald Bluetooth, and other terms associated with the…