Communities within community. Social and Religious Solidarities in European Medieval and Modern Societies
This issue of the annual aims to publish contributions that focus on the emergence, development, and transformation of solidarity groups such as the fraternities, charitable or professional associations, or locally organized structures functioning at the level of neighborhoods within localities. We invite papers framed in the following fields: history, social history, sociology of religion, but also in other fields of humanities and social sciences.
Medieval solidarities: Relationships within/between fraternal organizations, guilds
Early modern and modern solidarities: neighborhoods, fraternal organizations, religious associations
Dissolution of traditional solidarities and new forms of solidarity in industrial societies