Historical Social Conflict Database

The Historical Social Conflict Database (HiSCoD) is designed to provide academic researcher and general public with a set of resources for analysing social conflict from the late Middle Ages to the 19th century. HiSCoD currently includes information on nearly 10,000 social conflict events.

The interactive map allows users to navigate the entire HiSCoD database and find places where social conflicts occurred. For each event, it is possible to access a unique record containing a detailed description.

How to cite

Cédric Chambru, Paul Maneuvrier-Hervieu, Historical Social Conflict Database website, (year, month, day), Retrieved from: https://www.unicaen.fr/hiscod/

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