Oxford University Press released reading list of disease outbreaks
Oxford University Pressed just released a list of journal articles exploring outbreaks of infectious diseases in history. Few of them, however, are written from East Asian perspectives. They are still valuable references.
Said on its web page, “When a disease occurs in greater numbers than expected in a community, region, or season, it is considered an outbreak. In addition to human suffering, outbreaks create panic, disrupt the social and economic structure, and can impede development in the affected communities. While we cannot predict exactly when or where the next epidemic or pandemic will begin, we can explore and learn from outbreaks of the past.”
The list is available here.