SCA

Kingdoms and other branches of the Society for Creative Anachronism

Meridies

The Kingdom of Meridies includes Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, most of Arkansas, Tennessee, almost all of Georgia, a bit of the panhandle of Florida, and small portions of both Kentucky and Virginia.

East

The Kingdom of the East includes eastern Pennsylvania, eastern New York, Delaware, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine in the United States, and Quebec, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland in Canada.

Ealdormere

The Kingdom of Ealdormere includes Ontario, Canada.

Drachenwald

The Kingdom of Drachenwald includes all of Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.

Calontir

The Kingdom of Calontir includes Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, and northern Arkansas.

Caid

The Kingdom of Caid (pronounced to rhyme with "my bead") includes southern California, the greater Las Vegas metropolitan area, and Hawaii.

Atlantia

The Kingdom of Atlantia includes the state of Maryland, most of Virginia, North and South Carolina, and a small section of Georgia.

Atenveldt

The Kingdom of Atenveldt includes the state of Arizona and small sections of the states of Utah and California.

Artemisia

Artemisia consists of Utah, Montana, southern Idaho and the parts of Colorado and Wyoming that are west of the Continental Divide.

An Tir

The Kingdom of An Tir includes Oregon, Washington, the northern tip of Idaho, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, the Yukon, and the Northwest territories.

Ansteorra

Ansteorra is composed of Oklahoma and Texas (except that part of Texas in the Mountain Time Zone).

AEthelmearc

The Kingdom of AEthelmearc is located in West Virginia, western and central Pennsylvania, and western and central New York. It started as a Principality of the East Kingdom and was elevated to Kingdom status.

Kingdom of Lochac

The Kingdom of Lochac includes all of Australia and New Zealand.

Modern Middle Ages offers forums of interest to medievalists

Lord Geoffrey Makepeace announces the creation of Modern Middle Ages, a web site "for fans of the SCA."

Modern Middle Ages

Modern Middle Ages is "a site for all areas of the SCA, a place for newcomers or oldtimers to find answers to questions, a place to make friends and have fun."

Remembering the Dream: Collecting the Oral History of the SCA

Lady Lile Dubh inghean ui Mordha, of the East Kingdom, plans to chronicle the SCA's history by collecting stories.

Serious Disaster Preparedness

Tech columnist Glenn Harlan Reynolds suggests that re-enactors, including SCA members, have an interest in older technology.

West Kingdom

The West Kingdom includes northern and central California, northern Nevada, Alaska, Japan, South Korea, and the Pacific Rim.

New waiver for equestrian activities in the SCA

Meg Baron, President of the SCA, announces a new liability waiver for equestrian activities in the SCA.

Position Available: Society Minister of Arts & Sciences

The SCA Board of Directors has announced that applicants are being sought for the position of Society MOAS.

Comments sought on proposal for revised disciplinary rules

Meg Baron (President of the SCA) and the Board of Directors are requesting comments from the populace on a Grand Council proposal to revise the Corpora provisions for sanctioning inappropriate behavior within the organization.

President's Report for SCA Board of Directors Meetings

Meg Baron, President of the SCA, Inc., has published the President's Report for the two most recent Board of Directors meetings. Ms. Baron reports on the meeting held July 17, 2004, and the teleconference held June 3, 2004.

SCA Board of Directors Meeting

On Saturday, July 17th, the SCA Board of Directors is holding its quarterly meeting in the Embassy Suites hotel by the Philadelphia Airport, 9000 Bartram Avenue in Philadelphia, PA.

Peer Fear: A public service announcement

Mistress Eleanor, President of the Hug-a-Peer Foundation, has offered a few words of advice on the gentle art of caring for SCA Peers.

SCA and ''Inherit the Wind''

A 1990 performance of Inherit the Wind, marking co-author Jerome Lawrence's 75th birthday, was disturbed by noise from a nearby SCA fighter practice. "Jerry was hard of hearing and heard 'creationists' when he was told that the noise was 'Society for Creative Anachronists,'" said Alan Woods, director of the Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee Theatre Research Institute at Ohio State University.

Effingham's Heraldic Avatars

Baron Edward of Effingham, creator of Effingham's Heraldic Avatars, is a graphic artist who creates sophisticated 2D and 3D renderings of heraldic devices and other logo-like graphics for a modest fee.

Northshield First Coronation

SCA Board of Directors Meeting

Known World Academy of the Rapier

Known World Heraldic & Scribal Symposium