Publication

Issued in 1989, the journal includes the collection of research results on Western history. Its publication is intended to fill up the lack of publication on Western history in the country as well as to improve quality of research. In 2005, the journal was issued in Cheng Kung Journal of Historical Studies as joint publication. A total of 13 volumes have been published since then. 

The Department of History was first founded in 1969 and in 1972, a night class was added to increase student enrollment. In 1985, a joint graduate program for History and Languages was established, offering programs in Chinese and History. In 1994, each department established their own graduate programs, and the History department began to accept Master’s students for its graduate program. In 1997, the History department began accepting Doctoral candidates for its Ph.D. program specializing in the areas Taiwanese history, Chinese history and World history. In order to cope with the demands of a changing society, the night class began an overhaul of its curriculum in 1997. As a result, enrollment in the night class was temporarily suspend in 2000, but reopened in 2003 to accept graduate students for its co-operative education class.

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Issued in 1974, the journal was an annual publication. From 2005, the journal has been published biannually after its merger with the Journal of Western History. It is now included in Taiwan Humanities Citation Index (THCI) database.


The Department of History was first founded in 1969 and in 1972, a night class was added to increase student enrollment. In 1985, a joint graduate program for History and Languages was established, offering programs in Chinese and History. In 1994, each department established their own graduate programs, and the History department began to accept Master’s students for its graduate program. In 1997, the History department began accepting Doctoral candidates for its Ph.D. program specializing in the areas Taiwanese history, Chinese history and World history. In order to cope with the demands of a changing society, the night class began an overhaul of its curriculum in 1997. As a result, enrollment in the night class was temporarily suspend in 2000, but reopened in 2003 to accept graduate students for its co-operative education class.

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First published in 1997, the journal is initiated by the graduate students from the Department of History. The journal was reissued from 2006 after the suspension for a few volumes.


The Department of History was first founded in 1969 and in 1972, a night class was added to increase student enrollment. In 1985, a joint graduate program for History and Languages was established, offering programs in Chinese and History. In 1994, each department established their own graduate programs, and the History department began to accept Master’s students for its graduate program. In 1997, the History department began accepting Doctoral candidates for its Ph.D. program specializing in the areas Taiwanese history, Chinese history and World history. In order to cope with the demands of a changing society, the night class began an overhaul of its curriculum in 1997. As a result, enrollment in the night class was temporarily suspend in 2000, but reopened in 2003 to accept graduate students for its co-operative education class.

For more information, please visit here.