Web – Threatened Orders

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In the Collaborative Research Centre 923 “Threatened Orders – Societies under Stress” at the University of Tübingen, we investigate how people and societies cope with crises, catastrophes, and other extreme situations. In 42 projects with a total of 80 individual studies to date, we have sought to answer the question of how social orders change when they are confronted by existential threats. In doing so, we have looked at cases from around the world and throughout history, from antiquity to today. We have also integrated work from a wide range of different disciplines, including: history, media studies, law, political science, ethnology, sociology, theology, multiple philologies, and anthropology. The Collaborative Research Centre was established in 2011 and is funded by the German Research Foundation.

About the Middle Ages :

The Emperor and the Plague : ici

The Siege of Constantinople 626 : ici

Threats from Extreme Weather Conditions : ici

Wrath, robbery and sin in the 11th century : ici

Anti-Jewish theater in the late Middle Ages : ici

Source : Threatened Orders

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