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This article from The Argus in 1955 quotes Mr W. A. Townsley, a lecturer in Political Science, on the outlook of Australian Universities as ‘still mediaeval’. Criticising lecturing on the reasoning that it turns out ‘poorly…

Information for primary and high school students about the history of medieval dance.

The Medieval Classroom website is the result of a Teaching and Learning Enhancement Scheme grant awarded by the Australian Catholic University to the ‘Arts and…

A list of lesson plans/teaching programmes for Australian primary and high school teachers in PDF format.

The Medieval Classroom website is the result of a Teaching and Learning Enhancement Scheme grant awarded by the Australian Catholic…

This photograph shows the tower of the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art in the Perth Cultural Centre. The building, opened in 1897 and designed by William Atkins, was originally the Perth Boys’ and Girls’ School, and was often referred to as…

This photograph was taken during the official opening of this website - Medievalism in Australian Cultural Memory. The opening address was given by one of the researchers for the website, Dr Joanne McEwan, during the International Medievalism and…

A pdf of the poster and programme cover of the International Medievalism and Popular Culture Symposium held at the University of Western Australia on December 4 and 5, 2011. The symposium featured sixteen delegates from Australia, Puerto Rico, the…

This photograph was taken at the official opening of the International Medievalism and Popular Culture Symposium held at the University of Western Australia on December 4 and 5, 2011. The symposium featured sixteen delegates from Australia, Puerto…

An image of St. Patrick's Convent School located on South Street in York, a town ninety minutes south east of Perth in Western Australia.

The school was built in 1873 by Father Patrick Gibney for the Sisters of Mercy. The Sisters of Mercy taught…