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First, great reading lists from Anton Howes and Pseudoerasmus on economic history, often from a very broad perspective. These are all books that I (and you, if you’re reading this) should have read already, but I promise I’ll be good next year and get to it.
Also, I put up a new section of maps that I use when I teach economic growth. Will attempt to get around to putting together slides and post those some day too.