Professor John Munro passed away on December 23, 2013. This site is maintained and kept online as an archive. For more infomation please visit the Centre for Medieval Studies
Professor (Emeritus) John H. Munro passed away December 23, 2013
Department of Economics,
University of Toronto
150 St. George Street
My Home Page: freely accessible to everybody.
the ECO 301Y course web page
the ECO 303Y course web page.
Updated on: 29 August 2013
RESEARCH TOOLS AND OTHER ACADEMIC AIDS: FOR ECONOMIC HISTORY, ECONOMICS, AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
- Important Documents, Manuals, and Aids for European Economic History:
These are web documents that I have created to assist students in my two European economic history courses, including a time chart of European economic history.
- Aids in Writing Essays and Exams in
Including various dictionaries, thesauruses, guides to writing essays
with improved style, and even online language translaters
- the Modern Humanities Research Association Style Guide for academic writers
- Journal of Economic Literature: Classification Codes for Economics. Or use this alternative link.
- On-line Glossaries and Dictionaries of Economics and Economic History
- On-line search engines and encyclopedias for European Economic History
- Libraries and Related Electronic Web Resources:
with various useful search engines (including those for publishers and books stores).
- Journals and Journal Articles On-Line: also with some useful
- Academic Programmes in
Economics and History at the University of Toronto: their websites, with web links to other universities, world wide.
- The Complete Cambridge Histories Online: for example, The Cambridge Economic History of Europe, vols. 1 - 8; The
Cambridge Economic History of Modern Europe, vols. 1-3.
- Academic Organizations in Economic History and Related Disciplines: National and International:
with the URLs for their websites, most of which provide important aids and auxiliary sources for economics and economic history, and/or medieval studies.
Statistics and Other On-Line Resources for Economists and Economic Historians.
- CHASS: DATA CENTRE: Computing in the Humanities and Social Sciences
- Basic Economics @ CHASS
- Penn World Tables 6.2 @ CHASS
- EH.NET Economic History Network. Also consider the following EH.NET resources.
- book reviews in economic
history: of both new monographs and "classics", from the past, in economic history.
- How Much is That?: a valuable resource:
on the historical value of money, and also of the GDP, for both England (United Kingdom)
and the United States, in various contexts, and time periods.
- WorldCat: a search engine to bind books, articles, etc. in libraries world wide.
- Calendars, Medieval and Contemporary, Chronology, and Maps: to find dates (days, months, years)
and places, according to various calendars and maps.
- Internet Medieval Sourcebook: Maps and Images. Produced by the Center for Medieval Studies, Fordham University, New York.
- The University of Toronto Libraries: including the Robarts Library. In particular, click on the box for E-resources (right hand side of the screen). In
the box, type in the name or indicator of the electronic resource that you seek. See the following example. Or you may click on the box for 'Catalogue'
- The Gale Group (Thomson),The Making of the Modern World . An historical data base
contaiing over 59,500 titles (in 67,700 volumes) of historical documents and other sources. Most of those related to economic history are from The Goldsmith-Kress Library of Economic Literature.
- The Statutes of the Realm: vol. 1 (Gales' The Making of the Modern
World). For the succeeding volumes (nos. 2 - 11), click on this
- Parliament Rolls of Medieval England, 1275 - 1504, ed. by Chris
Given-Wilson (London, Boydell and Brewer, 2005). A guide only to the print version, and not yet digitized.
- Journals of the House of Lords (Parliament of the United Kingdom): British History Online, from vol. 1 (1509-1577) to vol. 64 (1831-32).
- Journals of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom: British History Online, via the University of Toronto Library. From Vol.
1 (1547-1629) to Vol. 85 (1830).
- Wikipedia's List of Popes: based on the annual Annuario Pontifico, published by the Papal Curia, with corrections dating from 2001. This website also
has a link to a List of the Anti-Popes; and also to a list of all the Popes and Anti-Popes, in alphabetical, rather then chronological, order.
Those popes who were beatified and made saints are indicated by the initial letter S.
- Lewis and Short: A Latin Dictionary: on line.
- Online Latin Dictionaries: a guide to various online Latin dictionaries (including Lewis and Short, as above).
- The King James Version of the Bible online
- BibleGateway.com: The New International Version
- Old Testament Gateway: the Old Testament online
- The New Testament: the Recovery Version online
- The Qur'an online . See also The Qur'an Explorer.com .
- Online Encyclopedia of Islam; and also The Brill Encyclopedia of Islam Online .
- FADIS: Fine Art Digital Imaging System, from the University of Toronto. To use this webiste -- for maps, illustrations, photohgraphs,
etc -- you must use your UofT Web Login: i.e., with your UTORid and Password. On entering this site, click on the magnifying glass in the toolbar menu at the top of the webpage. Do not click on "Select a Course" (or
not until I inform you that I have added my ECO 301Y course to this website).
- Some On-Line Newspapers and Other Sources of Current News
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