Further Reading

I have made a list of references for further reading, organized by the relevant post. This is not a completely comprehensive list of sources used in each post; I have links to the appropriate source as they are used within each post. However, I have included sources that I was not able to link to because they are not readily available online without access to sites dedicated to academic journals and historical texts. If you would like access to these (incredibly useful) sources, I recommend JSTOR.

All references listed are primary or secondary sources, or they’re from peer-reviewed journals and established experts in the relevant field. Sometimes I find a perspective interesting or enlightening that does not fill these requirements but I still want to add them, so they’ll be noted at the end of each section. Links to the sources are added when available for free online.