Lions Den 26 – Environmental Interactions in the Middle Ages
Class by: Master Wulfstan Hrafstan, OL
Environmental History is the study of how people in the past thought about, were impacted by, exploited, and preserved their environment. Whether you’re interested in food and agriculture, or trade, or travel, or pigments and dyestuffs, or medicine and disease, or textiles, or fashion, or even if you just want to talk about the weather, the natural- and cultural environments play a role, especially in the Middle Ages. This class is intended as a primer to introduce people to this underexplored avenue of SCA research and provide resources and starting points for further learning.
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