Sources

When it comes to research (especially with things like history) it’s vitally important to be aware of the sources we use to get our information; be they primary, secondary or tertiary sources. They also allow us to read between the lines and identify potential bias in the texts we study. So this page will be dedicated to a list of all the sources I have used in creating this podcast, in no particulr order. Hopefully many of you will benefit from this reading list.

  • Wan-yao Chou – A New Illustrated History of Taiwan
  • Huan-yue Liu – Folk Beliefs in Taiwan
  • Bill Bryson – At Home: A History of Private Life
  • Robert J. McMahon – The Cold War: A Very Short Introduction
  • Stephen Howe – Empire: A Very Short Introduction
  • Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom – The Oxford Ilustrated History of Modern China
  • Jonathan Manthorpe – Forbidden Nation: A History of Taiwan
  • J. C. Sharman – Empires of the Weak
  • Craig A. Lockard – Southeast Asia in World History
  • Tonio Andrade – Lost Colony