Draskóy, Andrew firstname.lastname@example.org 16 McDougall St.
St. John's, NF A1C2S8
Andrew Draskóy has been researching and teaching Renaissance dance
since 1989. He is known in the SCA as Miklós Sándorfia, and is
the founder of the Rendance mailing list and
D. Elson (Del) email@example.com 1/31 Carr Street
Waverton, NSW 2061
Del is a computer systems and networks consultant. He has been active
in the Society for Creative Anachronism, as Delbert von Strassburg OP,
since 1982. He teaches dance to SCA groups, mostly specialising in 15th
Century Italian and Burgundian dances.
Known in the SCA as M. Sion Andreas.
firstname.lastname@example.org Purchase, NY
John Forrest is a professor of Anthropology at the State University
of New York at Purchase, specializing in the ethnography of dance. He is
the author of four books and "the usual slew" of articles on
Old and New World Morescas, focusing on the Fifteenth through Eighteenth
email@example.com Riverside, CA
Lizbeth Langston is a Reference Librarian at the Physical Sciences
Library at the University of California. She has an MA in Dance History
from the University of California at Riverside, and is currently a graduate
student in Comparative Literature at UCR with an interdisciplinary focus
on dance. She is known in the Society for Creative Anachronism as Mistress
firstname.lastname@example.org 781 San Carlos Rd.
Mountain View, CA 94043
Matt Larsen is a software engineer working on compilers and related
tools for a firm in Santa Clara, CA. He is interested in historical dance
of all periods, although his research has focused primarily on the Renaissance.
He first became interested in Renaissance dance through the Society fors
Creative Anachronism, going on to study with Dr. Ingrid Brainard and other
historical dance scholars. In the SCA he goes by the name Geoffrey Mathias.
Sherman, Dennis R. email@example.com 1308 Brookfield Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
Dennis R. Sherman is a computer programmer, developing library systems
for the Triangle Research Libraries Network, a consortium of the Unversity
of North Carolina- Chapel Hill, Duke University, and North Carolina State
University. He has been involved in Renaissance dance and music as dancer
and musician since 1978, primarily through the Society for Creative Anachronism,
where he is known as Master Robyyan Torr d'Elandris.