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Mapping Medieval Conflict (MEDCON)
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title Alternative Title: Mapping Medieval Conflict. A digital approach towards political dynamics in the pre-modern period/MEDCON
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today Created Start Date: 01 Jan 2015
today Created End Date: 30 May 2017
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dehaze Extent: Data on 1577 actors (individuals, groups, legal bodies), 1443 events, 867 places, 67 references and 37 sources.
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people Curator(s): Seta Štuhec
Mapping Medieval Conflict (MEDCON)
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1500-12-31
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1401-01-01
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The project examines the explanatory power of concepts of social and geographical network analysis for phenomena of political conflict in medieval societies. MEDCON uses the network-like structuring through modern software not only as an instrument for the organization of data, but also as a tool for the reconstruction and analysis of past social ties, which are also relevant for discussions about the (in) stability of political structures in the present. This also demonstrates the additional use of digital tools beyond data collection for the development of new research questions.
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Data on 1577 actors (individuals, groups, legal bodies), 1443 events, 867 places, 67 references and 37 sources.
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Medieval Austria , Medieval Prosopography , Medieval Germany , Historical Network Research , Middle Ages , Order of the Golden Fleece , Holy Roman Empire
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2020-02-28
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15th century CE
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Mapping Medieval Conflict (MEDCON)
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info_outline Related Discipline(s): Medieval history
info_outline Subject(s): Medieval Austria , Medieval Prosopography , Medieval Germany , Historical Network Research , Middle Ages , Order of the Golden Fleece , Holy Roman Empire
info_outline Spatial Coverage: Central Europe
info_outline Coverage Start Date: 1401
info_outline Coverage End Date: 1500
info_outline Description: The project examines the explanatory power of concepts of social and geographical network analysis for phenomena of political conflict in medieval societies. MEDCON uses the network-like structuring through modern software not only as an instrument for the organization of data, but also as a tool for the reconstruction and analysis of past social ties, which are also relevant for discussions about the (in) stability of political structures in the present. This also demonstrates the additional use of digital tools beyond data collection for the development of new research questions.

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Johannes Preiser-Kapeller. Mapping Medieval Conflict (MEDCON). ARCHE, http://hdl.handle.net/21.11115/0000-000C-D99B-1. Accessed on 23 Nov 2020.

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