Money and Banking in Medieval and Renaissance Venice

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  • Title: Money and Banking in Medieval and Renaissance Venice
  • Author: Frederic C. Lane Reinhold C. Mueller
  • ISBN: 9780608037127
  • Page: 370
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    Frederic C. Lane Reinhold C. Mueller

    Frederic Chapin Lane born November 23, 1900, in Lansing, Michigan died October 14, 1984 was a historian who specialized in Medieval history with a particular emphasis on the Italian city and region of Venice Frederic C Lane received his B.A from Cornell University in 1921, his M.A from Tufts College in 1922, where he wrote a master s thesis on The economic history of Europe during the first half of the sixteenth century , and his Ph.D from Harvard University in 1930 with a doctoral thesis on Venetian Ships and Shipbuilders of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries He began his graduate studies at the University of Bordeaux in 1923 24, then studied at the University of Vienna in 1924, before going to Harvard University in 1925 26 While a Harvard graduate student he was John Thornton Kirkland Fellow for Research in Italy in 1927 28 He was appointed instructor in history at the University of Minnesota in 1926, before being hired at The Johns Hopkins University as an instructor There, he served as an assistant professor from 1931 to 1935 Promoted to associate professor in 1936, and full professor in 1946, he retired in 1966 as professor emeritus Lane s research interests focused on the Italian city state of Venice His research on the city as a maritime trading center, particularly with his research in economic history, helped establish a standard for examining the development and growth of other Italian city states He applied his skills and interests in economic and maritime history to write the history of American wartime shipping during World War II.From 1951 to 1954, he was assistant director, Social Science division, Rockefeller Foundation, and advised on European policy He served as historian of the U.S Maritime Commission, 1946 47 A member of the American Historical Association, he served as a member of council from 1959 to 1962, and was elected President of the American Historical Association for 1964 1965Active in a number of other professional organizations, he was editor of the Journal of Economic History, president of the Society for Italian Historical Studies in 1961 63, president of the American Historical Association in 1965, president of the Economic History Association 1956 58, and president of the International Economic History Association, 1966 1968 He was a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and of the Medieval Academy of America.

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