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Some Wikipedians have formed a project to better organize information in articles related to Historical reenactment, also referred to simply as reenactment. This page and its subpages contain their suggestions; it is hoped that this project will help to focus the efforts of other Wikipedians. If you would like to help, please inquire on the talk page and see the to-do list there.

Title[edit]

WikiProject on Reenactment

Scope[edit]

This WikiProject concerns articles that deal with reenactment of all historical periods.

In general, articles within the scope of this WikiProject should be included in Category:Historical reenactment or a sub-category under it.

How you can help[edit]

  1. Locate pages that need attention, then add them to the tasks list or the the Open Tasks list.
  2. Add the Open Tasks box to your User: or User_talk: page. (Add {{ReenactmentTasks}} anywhere on the page.)
  3. Add this page or the Open Tasks list to your watchlist, and work on projects listed.
  4. Complete open tasks and remove them from the list.
  5. Add Template:WikiProject Reenactment to the talk pages of related articles, by placing {{WikiProject Reenactment}} at the top of the talk page.
  6. Help assess articles for quality and importance within this project.


You can also add yourself to the list of participants below. Thanks for helping out!

Participants[edit]

Similar WikiProjects[edit]

Reenactment editors may want to seek help from related WikiProjects. Although this will vary widely by article, it may commonly include:

  • WikiProject Military History
  • WikiProjects for geographic entities (nations, states/regions/provinces, cities)
  • WikiProjects for time periods

Structure[edit]

Templates[edit]

Infoboxes[edit]

OpenTasks[edit]

Clipboard.svg Here are some open WikiProject Reenactment tasks:

Feel free to edit this list or discuss these tasks.



Article Alerts[edit]

No Article alerts at this time.

Important note: Living History v. Living history or living history[edit]

Please note that Living History is a book by Hillary Rodham Clinton, Living history or living history is the reenactment activity.

Category map[edit]

Category:Historical reenactment

Category:Historical reenactment by period
Category:Ancient reenactment
Category:Medieval reenactment
Category:Viking reenactment
Category:Renaissance reenactment
Category:English Civil War reenactment
Category:Renaissance fair
Category:Renaissance Fairs
Category:Renaissance fair performers
Category:Modern reenactment
Category:American Civil War reenactment
Category:Historical reenactment events
Category:Historical reenactment groups
Category:Living museums
Category:Living museums in Canada
Category:Reenactment articles by importance [subcategories under this category are populated automatically using the "importance" parameter of the WikiProjectReenactment template]
Category:Reenactment articles by quality [subcategories under this category are populated automatically using the "class" parameter of the WikiProjectReenactment template]

Proposed changes[edit]

This change would help clarify the period structure: Classical from 800 BC to 600 AD; Medieval from 501 AD to 1500 AD; Renaissance from 1301 AD to 1700 AD; Modern from 1701 AD to present. Note that there are some overlaps by date, because, for example, the Renaissance began much earlier in Italy than in England. Cmadler (talk) 18:28, 23 December 2008 (UTC)


External watchlist[edit]