SCA Persona 101 – Class Notes

The concept of a persona in the SCA – or in other living history and reenactment organizations – can be a daunting and nebulous concept to unpack. These class notes and worksheets should help you make sense of your own approach to persona.

  • Goal: “Persona” can be a nebulous and confusing term when you’re new to the Society for Creative Anachronism. Figuring out what and how you’re supposed to use one after you’ve picked out a time and date can be even more daunting. The goal of this class is to demystify the concept of Persona and give attendees tools to choose, develop, and use theirs.
  • Accompanying Documents: Class handout of eleven pages; this is where the majority of the class information is found. There’s also an accompanying worksheet for the brainstorming session.
  • Class Length: 60-90 minutes: one hour for the lecture and Q&A portion of the class, an additional thirty minutes for the brainstorming mini-workshop that follows.

Download the SCA Persona 101 Class Handout (PDF)

Download SCA Persona Development Worksheets (PDF)