Skip to main content
USF Libraries Exhibits

Iris Chang


Iris Chang

Author, The Rape of Nanking

Iris Chang (1968-2004) was a prominent American historian. As a journalist she wrote for numerous publications, including the New York Times, Newsweek, and the Los Angeles Times. She was the author of three books, most notably the bestselling The Rape of Nanking, which was the first full-length English-language narrative about the Nanking Massacre. Chang was a frequent lecturer and an interview subject, and her work has been cited by many researchers.

The USF Library Catalog


Video Clips

Japanese Acknowledgement of the Nanking Massacre
Japanese Military Culture in the 1930s
Iris Chang on the Role and Responsibility of Bystanders
The Medical Experiments of Unit 731
Primary Source Documentation of the Nanking Massacre