Documentation: Why Bother?  (part 4)

Part 4: Documentation as Perseverence  Continuing our series looking at documentation in the Arts & Sciences through the lens of the virtues exemplified by our Society’s peerage orders, we will look now at one of the less commonly discussed virtues: perseverance. In our Society, we’ve come to associate perseverance with the Order of Defence.  The... Continue Reading →

Documentation: Why Bother?  (Part 3)

Part 3: Documentation as Service  This post will continue our series looking at documentation in the Arts & Sciences through the lens of the virtues exemplified by our Society’s peerage orders.  Today we will talk about service.   To a very large degree, the SCA is an organization built on service.  This tradition of volunteerism is... Continue Reading →

Documentation: Why Bother?  (Part 2)

Part 2: Documentation as Courtesy  In the first post of this series, we talked a bit about what we mean when we talk about documentation in our Arts and Sciences.  The remainder of this series will talk about how documenting our re-creation efforts furthers the various virtues that we hold dear in our Society.   Often,... Continue Reading →

On feeling alone in your field of study

Question for the MoAS Office: “There’s no one that does what I do. Why should I even bother?” Have you heard a friend say something like this? Maybe you’ve even said it yourself? “I don’t have fun with A&S activities because no one does what I do.” Guess what. I’ve said this myself, too. And... Continue Reading →

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