I am an educator, musician, artist, and general sheep enthusiast who uses my academic training and craft/art skills to embark on experimental archaeology. See the about page for more on my background, research interests, and projects.
In all of the areas that I study, I am particularly interested in cultural exchange and connections. The diversity of the Middle Ages–ethnic, linguistic, cultural, and otherwise–is what make it such a compelling period. White supremacy is not welcome here. ᚠᚢᚳ ᚾᚪᛏᛋᛁᛋ.
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Upcoming Classes, Performances, and Displays
Sunday, May 2 — Performance: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Circle River Productions)
Saturday, May 8 — Class: “Understanding & Writing Alliterative Revival Poetry” @ Highland River Melees
May, date TBD — Performance: Original Song (Period Style) @ First Bardic War
Saturday, May 15 — Class @ First Bardic War (topic TBD)
Saturday, May 15 — Performance: Improv @ First Bardic War
Wednesday, May 16 — Class: “Understanding & Writing English Alliterative Verse” @ Roxbury Mill A&S Night
Saturday, June 12 — Panel: “Video Documenting for A&S: Class and Panel Discussion” @ Atlantia University
Saturday, June 12 — Class: “Let’s Get Faded: Natural Dyes and Sunlight” @ Atlantia University and Known World Sciences Symposium
All upcoming events are virtual.