Tonio Andrade, The Gunpowder Age: China, Military Innovation, and the Rise of the West, 900-1900, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2016.


Tonio Andrade, Lost Colony: The Untold Story of China’s First Great Victory over the West, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2011.   


Ouyang Tai 歐陽泰 (Tonio Andrade), Jue zhan Re lan zhe: Ou zhou yu Zhong guo de di yi chang zhan Zheng 決戰熱蘭遮:歐洲與中國的第一場戰爭 , Taipei: Shi bao wen hua chu ban qi ye 時報文化出版企業, 2012.(Translation of Lost Colony)


Ouyang Tai 歐陽泰 (Tonio Andrade), 1661, Jue zhan Re lan zhe: Zhong guo dui Xi fang de di yi ci sheng li 1661 决战热兰遮—中国对西方的第一次胜利, Beijing: Xirong Press 磨铁出版社, 2014. (Translation of Lost Colony)


Tonio Andrade, De Val van Formosa: Hoe een Chinese krijgsheer de VOC versloeg, Franeker, Netherlands: Van Wijnen Press, 2015. (Translation of Lost Colony)


Tonio Andrade, How Taiwan Became Chinese: Dutch, Spanish, and Han Colonization in the Seventeenth Century, New York: Columbia University Press, 2008.


Ouyang Tai 歐陽泰 (Tonio Andrade), Fu’ermosha ru he bian cheng Taiwan fu 福爾摩沙如何變成臺灣府, Yuanliu Publishing Company 遠流出版公司 and Ts’ao Yung Ho Foundation for Culture and Education 曹永和文教基金會, Taipei, Taiwan, 2007. (Translation of How Taiwan Became Chinese.)


Tonio Andrade, “Commerce, Culture, and Conflict: Taiwan under European Rule, 1623–1662,” Ph.D. Dissertation, Yale University, 2001. Advisers: Geoffrey Parker and Jonathan Spence.





Tonio Andrade and Xing Hang, eds., Sea Rovers, Silk, and Samurai: Maritime China in World History, 1400-1800. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2016.

Tonio Andrade and William Reger, eds., The Limits of Empire: European Imperial Formations in Early Modern World History – Essays in Honor of Geoffrey Parker, London: Ashgate, 2012.




Rad Convergences: A Global Historian's Perspective on Pop," Astley Review 4(2) (2017): 1-147.


“The East Asian Maritime Realm in Global History, 1500-1700” (co-written with Xing Hang) in Tonio Andrade and Xing Hang, ed., Sea Rovers, Silk, and Samurai: Maritime China in World History, 1400-1800 (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2016).


Tonio Andrade, "The Arquebus Volley Technique in China, c. 1560: Evidence from the Writings of Qi Jiguang,” Journal of Chinese Military History 4(4) (2015): 115–141.


Tonio Andrade, Late Medieval Divergences: Comparative Perspectives on Early Gunpowder Warfare in Europe and China,” Journal of Medieval Military History 13 (2015): 247–276.

    Winner of Gillingham Prize, De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History, 2015.


Tonio Andrade, Cannibals with Cannons: The Sino-Portuguese Clashes of 1521-1522 and the Early Chinese Adoption of Western Guns,” Journal of Early Modern History 19 (2015): 1–25.


Tonio Andrade, “Asian Expansions and European Exceptionalism: The Maritime Factor,” In Geoff Wade, Ed., Asian Expansions: The Historical Processes of Polity Expansion in AsiaLondon: Routledge, 2015, 52–68.


Tonio Andrade, Yi wei Zhong guo nong min, liang ge fei zhou nan hai, he yi ge jun fa: quan qiu wei guan shi de yan jiu qu xiang” 一位中国农民、两个非洲男孩和一个军阀:全球微观史的研究取向, Quan qiu shi ping lun 全球史评论, 7 (2014): 44–62. [Translation of “A Chinese Farmer”.]


Tonio Andrade, "Gong si de Zhong guo hai kou: He lan dong Yin du gong si lian kou zhan Hua (1621-1662)" 公司的中国海寇:荷兰东印度公司和中国海寇(1621-1662), Hai yang shi yan jiu 海洋史研究 No 7 (2014): 1-24. [Translation of “The Company’s Chinese Pirates”]


Tonio Andrade, Hyeok Hweon Kang, and Kirsten Cooper, “A Korean Military Revolution? Parallel Military Innovations in East Asia and Europe,” Journal of World History 25(1) [2014]: 47–80.


Tonio Andrade, “The Limits of Empire in the Early Modern World” (with William Reger), In Tonio Andrade and William Reger, eds., The Limits of Empire: European Imperial Formations in Early Modern World History, Essays in Honor of Geoffrey Parker, London: Ashgate, 2013.


Tonio Andrade, “The Artillery Fortress Was an Engine of European Expansion: Evidence from East Asia,” In Tonio Andrade and William Reger, eds., The Limits of Empire: European Imperial Formations in World History, Essays in Honor of Geoffrey Parker, London: Ashgate, 2013, 155-174.


Tonio Andrade, “Geoffrey Parker and Early Modern History,” In Tonio Andrade and William Reger, eds., The Limits of Empire: European Imperial Formations in World History, Essays in Honor of Geoffrey Parker, London: Ashgate, 2013.


Tonio Andrade, “Koxinga’s Conquest of Taiwan: A Global Historical Perspective,” Late Imperial China, 33(1) [2012]: 122-140.


Tonio Andrade, “Was the European Sailing Ship a Key Technology of European Expansion? Evidence from East Asia,” International Journal of Maritime History 23(2) [2011]: 17–40.


Tonio Andrade, “An Accelerating Divergence? The Revisionist Model of World History and the Question of Eurasian Military Parity: Data from East Asia,” Canadian Journal of Sociology, 36(2)[2011]: 185-208.


Tonio Andrade, “An Accidental Embassy: How Two Minor Dutch Administrators Inaugurated an Alliance with the Manchu Qing Dynasty of China,” Itinerario 35(1) [2011]: 77–95.


Tonio Andrade, “A Chinese Farmer, Two African Boys, and a Warlord: Towards a Global Microhistory,” Journal of World History, 21(4) [2010]: 573–591.

    Winner Best Article of the Year Prize, Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, January 2012


Tonio Andrade, “Beyond Guns, Germs, and Steel: European Expansion in Eurasian Perspective, 1400–1800,” Journal of Early Modern History, 14 [2010]: 165-186.


Tonio Andrade, “Chinese under European Rule: The Case of Sino-Dutch Mediator He Bin,” Late Imperial China, 28(1) [2007]: 1–32.


Tonio Andrade, “The Rise and Fall of Dutch Taiwan, 1624–1662: Cooperative Colonization and the Statist Model of European Expansion,” Journal of World History, 17 [2006] (4): 429–450.


Tonio Andrade, “Pirates, Pelts, and Promises: The Sino-Dutch Colony of Seventeenth-century Taiwan and the Aboriginal Village of Favorolang,” Journal of Asian Studies, 64(2) [2005]: 295–320.


Tonio Andrade, “The Company’s Chinese Pirates: How the Dutch East India Company Tried to Lead a Coalition of Pirates to War Against China, 1621–1662” Journal of World History, 15(4) [2004]: 415–444.


Tonio Andrade, “The Mightiest Village: Geopolitics and Diplomacy in the Formosan Plains, 1623-1636,” In Ping pu zu qun yu Taiwan li shi wen hua lun wen ji 平埔族群與臺灣歷史文化論文集, edited by Pan Inghai (潘英海) and Chan Su-chuan (詹素娟), Academia Sinica Press, 2001.


Tonio Andrade, “Zui qiang da de bu luo: cong Fu’ermosha ping yuan zhi di yuan zheng zhi ji wai wen lun zhi” 最強大的部落﹣從福爾摩沙平原之地緣政治及外文論之, Taiwan wen xian 臺灣文獻  54, no. 4 (1999): 133-148. [Translation of “The Mightiest Village.”]


Tonio Andrade, “Political Spectacle and Colonial Rule: The Landdag on Dutch Taiwan, 1629–1648,” Itinerario, 21 (3) [1997]: 57-93.




“Garbage In, Garbage Out: Challenges of Model Building in Global History, A Military Historical Perspective,” Canadian Journal of Sociology 41(1) (2016): 53–74.


“Peter Kang and Early Taiwan Studies,” Preface to Peter Kang 康培德, Zhi min xiang xiang yu di fang liu bian: He lan dong yin du gong si yu Tai wai yuan zhu min 殖民想像與地方流變:荷蘭東印度公司與臺灣原住民 (Taipei: Linking Press 聯經出版社, forthcoming [expected 2016]).

“Victor Lieberman’s Strange Parallels,” Featured Review, American Historical Review, 117(4) [2012]: 1173-1176.


“Trans-Imperial Networks: The Dutch East India Company and the Overseas Chinese,” International Journal of Maritime History, 21(1) [2009]: 302–309.


“Did Zheng Chenggong Need a Drunk German’s Help to Capture Dutch Taiwan?” Revista de Cultura, 26 [2008]: 56-76.