Conflict and Collaboration

Everyday Encounters between Women and Clergymen in Premodern Europe

EvEn (Conflict and Collaboration: Everyday Encounters between Women and Clergymen in Pre-Modern Europe) is a research blog dedicated to the study of the various forms and expressions of the relations between clergymen – secular priests, friars, bishops, and local clergy as well as the higher levels of the ecclesiastical hierarchy – and women – noblewomen, nuns, and laywomen – from every social stratum, from the Middle Ages until the end of the Early Modern period.

EvEn is, therefore, a collective blog that discusses and maps the encounters and relations between women and clergymen, focusing on agency, strategies of action, conflicts, friendships, networks, and the sharing of information. 

Finally, EvEn presents a space to develop even more about the history of women, and the religious and cultural history of Medieval and Early Modern Europe.

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Rédacteur(s) en chef

Isabel Harvey

Année de création


Date de mise en ligne

28 novembre 2019

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Adresse postale

Conflict and Collaboration
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin,
Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften
Unter den Linden 6,
10099 Berlin

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