Social Conflict in the Age of Justinian: Its Nature, Management, and Mediation

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Our understanding of Late Antiquity can be transformed by the non-dogmatic application of social theory to more traditional evidence when studying major social conflicts in the Eastern Roman Empire, not least under the Emperor Justinian (527-565). Social Conflict in the Age of Justinian explores a range of often violent conflicts across the whole empire -- on the land, in religion, and in sport -- during this pivotal period in European history. Drawing on both sociology and social psychology, and on his experience as a senior British Civil Servant dealing with violent political conflicts in Northern Ireland and elsewhere, Bell shows that such conflicts were a basic feature of the overwhelmingly agricultural political economy of the empire.

These conflicts were reflected at the ideological level and lead to intense persecution of intellectuals and Pagans as an ever more robust Christian ideological hegemony was established. In challenging the loyalties of all social classes, they also increased the vulnerability of an emperor and his allies. The need to legitimise the emperor, through an increasingly sacralised monarchy, and to build a loyal constituency, consequently remained a top priority for Justinian, even if his repeated efforts to unite the churches failed.

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Peter N. Bell is a Member of Common Room at Wolfson College, Oxford. His interests focus on the social and cultural history of Late Antiquity and its contemporary relevance, as well as on historical theory.

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Peter N. Bell presents a comprehensive and original analysis of social conflict in the age of Justinian ... all future work on the subject will have to engage with this stimulating study. * Alan Harvey, American Historical Review * cogent and rewarding. * Charles F. Pazdernik, Classical Journal * Peter Bell's monograph applies structures derived from sociology, specifically those focusing on conflict theory and resolution, to the Eastern Roman Empire in the sixth century ... [it] offers a refreshingly novel interpretative framework with which to approach late antique issues. * Douglas Whalin, Reviews in History *

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Description du livre Oxford University Press, 2013. Hardcover. État : New. Etat de la jaquette : New. Table of Contents: Preface List of Maps and Illustrations Abbreviations Part 1: Approach, Methods, Sources 1. Understanding Social Conflict 2. The Analytical Framework Part 2: Three Case Studies 3. Social Conflict in Countryside and Town 4. Two Empire-wide Conflicts: the Circus Factions and the Christians Part 3: Ideological Conflicts - Their Management and Mediation 5. Ideological Conflict in the Reign of Justinian I 6. Constructing Legitimacy 7. Hagia Sophia: Ideology in Stone a Case Study Part 4: Conclusions 8. Conclusions Bibliography Index. N° de réf. du libraire 61962

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