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
Updated: 22 July 2011
The bibliography lists and the individual bibliographies, in both short and long versions, are accessible in both html and pdf formats. But in order to retrieve the individual bibliographies you must use the hmtl files below, for the A and B essay topics, below, given in both the short and long formats. Within each list chosen, click on the highlighted and underlinded topic, in either the html or pdf format. Since it is not possible to download such files from a pdf document, no pdf version of these bibliographies is provided below. On the other hand, from the html lists below you are best advised to select the pdf version of the bibliograpy files, since the text and layout of the bibliographies are much clearer in that format; and indeed the statistical appendices can generally be read only in pdf format. Bibliographies in the short-format, usually in two pages, contain the key readings and a few questions to guide you in formulating your essays.
Formats and Other General Observations . Also in pdf format .
Essay Bibliographies for "A" AND "B" LIST TOPICS IN ECO 301Y1: The Economic History of Later Medieval and Early Modern Europe to 1750
Other Bibliographies for European Economic History, 1200 - 1914
See also EH.Net [Economic History Network] Recommended list of readings in European Economic History , prepared by Professor Timothy Guinanne of Yale University (for EH.Teach).
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