Further Reading

As a country, Taiwan is oriented towards the international world. Many scholars publish in English or work at English-speaking institutions. Research institutions on the island publish both in Chinese and in English. A series of publications addressing the past have been published in English too.

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Further Reading on Transitional Justice in Taiwan

Arrigo, Linda Gail, Miles, Lynn: A borrowed voice Taiwan human rights through international Networks 1960-1980, Taipei 2008.

Chen, C.-H.: 228 Massacre. Research report on responsibility for a brief introduction, Taipei 2007.

Chow, Jennifer J.: The 228 Legacy, Lexington 2013.

Cohen, Jerome A., Alford, William P.: Taiwan and international human rights. A story of transformation, New York / Taipei 2019.

Kagan, Richard C.: Martial law in Taiwan, in: Bulletin of concerned Asian Scholars 14, 3 (1982), S. 45-54.

Lee, Chen Hsiang, Miles, Lynn, Sterk, Darryl Cameron, Zheng, Chunyi: The road to freedom. Taiwan's postwar human rights movement, Taipei 2004.

Lin, April C. J., Keating, Jerome F.: Island in the stream. A quick case study of Taiwan’s complex history, Taipei 2005.

Liu, Ken: The paper menagerie and other stories, London 2016.

National 228 Memorial Museum: Witness to silence, Taipei.

Ryan, Shawna Yang: Green Island, New York 2016.

Wu, Julie: The third son. A novel, Chapel Hill 2013.

Zhao, Hongxi: The voice of democracy in Taiwan and 228 incident. The 110th anniversairy of Mr Wang TienTeng, Tai bei shi 2001.

After the Dictatorship. Instruments of Transitional Justice in Former Authoritarian Systems – An International Comparison

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