Series 4 - University of Toronto

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UTA 1601-4

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University of Toronto

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  • 1962-2013 (Creation)

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0.55 m of textual records

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(1938-2013)

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This series contains files relating to Prof. Munro’s administrative and academic activities in the Department of Political Economy, Department of Economics, and the Centre for Medieval Studies. Such files include among others, files on PhD comprehensive examinations (with copies from Yale University), and the Graduate programme in Economics. Also included in this series are Prof. Munro’s annual activity reports submitted to the Chair of the Department. Prof. Munro also undertook appointments to other university bodies such Users’ Committee of the Robarts Library (1974-1977), the U. of T. Research Board, Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, and various search committees. Files relating to these activities contain correspondence, minutes of meetings, reports, and notes.

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For file list, see finding aid linked below.

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B2003-0009/020 - /021

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B2014-0035/002 (09) - /004 (04)

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