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  • Frequently when I am contacted by a school, library or other educational organization, the teachers and parents want to know what books I can recommend to introduce young readers to the stories of King Arthur, the legends of Camelot, and the history of knights and chivalry in medieval culture.

    Recommended Knight Reading: Books about Chivalry for the Younger Set

    Frequently when I am contacted by a school, library or other educational organization, the teachers and parents want to know what books I can recommend to introduce young readers to the stories of King Arthur, the legends of Camelot, and the history of knights and chivalry in medieval culture.

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  • If you are a teacher, perhaps you are looking for a class-project idea that brings together a variety of lessons in a multi-discipline learning experience for your students.  If you are a student, maybe you’re looking for a project idea that will allow you to take a fresh look at favorite subject.

    Class Projects and the Code of Chivalry

    If you are a teacher, perhaps you are looking for a class-project idea that brings together a variety of lessons in a multi-discipline learning experience for your students. If you are a student, maybe you’re looking for a project idea that will allow you to take a fresh look at favorite subject.

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  • Whenever I give a talk on the subject of chivalry, I can rest assured that, no matter what else the members of the audience may know about the topic, there are three words at the forefront of everyone's mind: Chivalry is dead.

    Chivalry is Dead?

    Whenever I give a talk on the subject of chivalry, I can rest assured that, no matter what else the members of the audience may know about the topic, there are three words at the forefront of everyone's mind: Chivalry is dead.

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  • Prejudice researchers use the term benevolent sexism to refer to forms of sexism that characterize women as extremely good. The benevolent sexist views women as bastions of purity who need to be protected, supported, and adored. Despite its overtly positive flavor, this idealization of women implies that women are weak, soft creatures that are best suited to traditional gender roles.

    Chivalry: The B.S. Debate – Part 1

    Prejudice researchers use the term benevolent sexism to refer to forms of sexism that characterize women as extremely good. The benevolent sexist views women as bastions of purity who need to be protected, supported, and adored. Despite its overtly positive flavor, this idealization of women implies that women are weak, soft creatures that are best suited to traditional gender roles.

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  • Scott begins the fourth season with an interview with Prof. P.M. Forni, founder of the Johns Hopkins Civility Project and author of the book Choosing Civility, who discusses the history of “civil” behavior and chivalry, and why this concept still matters today. Plus: Actor Christopher Gurr, who plays King Arthur in the touring production of Spamalot; and a very “worthy” listener challenge!

    Podcast 33: The Civil War of Chivalry

    Scott begins the fourth season with an interview with Prof. P.M. Forni, founder of the Johns Hopkins Civility Project and author of the book Choosing Civility, who discusses the history of “civil” behavior and chivalry, and why this concept still matters today. Plus: Actor Christopher Gurr, who plays King Arthur in the touring production of Spamalot; and a very “worthy” listener challenge!

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  • Any attitude or behavior that connotes that women might require to be catered to and/or protected in specific instances is a form of BS.

    Chivalry: The B.S. Debate – Part 2

    Any attitude or behavior that connotes that women might require to be catered to and/or protected in specific instances is a form of BS.

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  • We think of the tales of King Arthur as ancient tales of a long-ago fantasy world, but it’s important to remember that, in their time, these stories were used as […]

    A Taxing King Arthur Parabel

    We think of the tales of King Arthur as ancient tales of a long-ago fantasy world, but it’s important to remember that, in their time, these stories were used as […]

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  • Time Magazine called him, The Man With America’s Trust — Walter Cronkite, of course. His recent death following his 70-year career in journalism and broadcasting has given the world an […]

    In Chivalry We Trust

    Time Magazine called him, The Man With America’s Trust — Walter Cronkite, of course. His recent death following his 70-year career in journalism and broadcasting has given the world an […]

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  • Every time I board a train, I see him. And he annoys me. He’s in his 20s, he has his sunglasses on, cap pulled down, and iPod in. And he’s sitting on the seat reserved for elderly or special needs passengers.

    The Strength Of Civility

    Every time I board a train, I see him. And he annoys me. He’s in his 20s, he has his sunglasses on, cap pulled down, and iPod in. And he’s sitting on the seat reserved for elderly or special needs passengers.

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  • They say that every generation re-invents the legend of King Arthur to meet its own needs, and to reflect its own values. The Victorians had the nostalgic idealism of Tennyson’s […]

    A Little Touch Of Arthur On Sunday Night

    They say that every generation re-invents the legend of King Arthur to meet its own needs, and to reflect its own values. The Victorians had the nostalgic idealism of Tennyson’s […]

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