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Narratives of Inauthenticity, Impurity, and Disorder. Or: How Forgeries, Half-castes, and Hooligans Shaped Pre-modern Korean History

@inproceedings{ungkyun2011NarrativesOI,
  title={Narratives of Inauthenticity, Impurity, and Disorder. Or: How Forgeries, Half-castes, and Hooligans Shaped Pre-modern Korean History},
  author={S ungkyun and R. Breuker},
  year={2011}
}
Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies. Vol.11 No.2 © 2011 Academy of East Asian Studies. 183-208 email of the author: rebreuker@gmail.com 183 This paper starts and ends with the 1010 invasion of Koryŏ 高麗 by the Khitan Liao 遼. This invasion laid waste to the Koryŏ capital and gained Liao a reputation as a bloodthirsty, all-conquering nation of barbarians. It was so destructive that it effectively obscured the nature of subsequent Koryŏ-Liao relations for centuries to come. Until today, one… Expand

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