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Title: Urban communities of the 14th - 15th centuries: The bonds of self-organization and conflicts
Other Titles: Городские общности XIV-XV вв.: скрепы самоорганизации и конфликты
Authors: Krasnova, I. A.
Краснова, И. А.
Keywords: City confederations;Conflicts;Craft corporations;Medieval city;Self-regulating communities;Universities
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Ltd "Integration: Education and Science"
Citation: Krasnova, I. Urban communities of the 14th - 15th centuries: The bonds of self-organization and conflicts // Istoriya. - 2020. - Volume 11. - Issue 11
Series/Report no.: Istoriya
Abstract: The article is essentially a review of a certain selection of articles of the scientific project “Self-organizing structures of a medieval city: genesis, classification, mechanisms of functioning”, which considers various kinds of communities: first of all, united by a common territory - community-castle-parish church complexes in the 11th - 12th centuries, city communes, as well as territorial-administrative districts (contrads) within their walls. On the other hand, communities formed on a professional basis are also studied - craft shops, trade and business associations, universities.Particular attention is paid to the ties that bind the unity of self-organizing communities, but also to the dialectic of conflicts within and between structures
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