In Oct. 2014, Dr. Tobias Capwell came to Southern California for the Tournament of the Phoenix invitational world joust, and Chivalry Today’s program director, Scott Farrell, was asked to coordinate a series of lectures for the public. Dr. Capwell is the arms and armor curator at the Wallace Collection, but he has also been instrumental […]Continue reading. . .
You can get a lot of great stuff at a Costco warehouse store – and in the month of February, that even includes some thoughts about the value of chivalry in the modern world! Each month, in the Costco Connection magazine, you’ll find a section called “Informed Debate,” which covers both sides of a topical […]Continue reading. . .
School’s back in session – and soon students will be studying the history of the Middle Ages and Renaissance once more. Reading tales of King Arthur and his knights; learning about the politics and culture of medieval Europe; and imagining what life would have been like for a knight or a lady in the 13th […]Continue reading. . .
Ever wonder why castles have all those towers and tall walls? Can you imagine what it would be like to plan an attack on a giant medieval castle, or what it would be like to defend one? What was life like inside a castle in the Age of Chivalry? These, and more questions about knights […]Continue reading. . .
Greetings friends and readers! Chivalry Today is proud to announce that working in conjunction with the City of Mission Viejo, we are going to provide a variety of displays, demonstrations, and presentations for the entertainment and education of the visitors at the Readers’ Festival on Oct. 14, 2012. The Chivalry Today presentation area will feature […]Continue reading. . .
Chivalry Today needs your support! Why? We need your support to help continue our educational presentations for as many schools, libraries, churches, youth groups, camps, and other organizations as we can. We need your support to keep our monthly Chivalry Today Podcast on line so you can hear the voices of today’s top scholars, researchers, […]Continue reading. . .
Scott is joined by Gwen Nowrick and Jeffrey Hedgecock, founders of Historic Enterprises and organizers of the World Joust Tournament of the Phoenix competitive jousting event, to discuss medieval horsemanship and its relationship to the ideals of chivalry.Continue reading. . .
Chivalry Today can bring an engaging Medieval Festival Day to your school campus for a fraction of the cost of a field trip. This is a great way to bring your studies in world history, English literature, or Shakespearean performing arts to life.Continue reading. . .