Unbounded loyalty sheds fresh light on the tang song transition by focusing on the much neglected tenth century and by treating the liao as the preeminent tang successor state it fills several important gaps in scholarship on premodern china as well as uncovering new questions regarding the early modern period. Unbounded loyalty frontier crossings in liao china review dieter kuhn journal of song yuan studies volume 38 2008 pp 272 277 review published by the society for song yuan and conquest dynasty studies. 2006 unbounded loyalty frontier crossings in liao china by naomi standen honolulu university of hawaii press 2007 xiii 279 pp maps figures tables glossary bibliogra phy and index us5300 isbn 978 0 8248 2983 4 hardcover after the tang empire collapsed in 907 the north china plain gave rise to a fluid political. She outlines her approach to the tenth century and the problem of frontier crossers and what she calls unbounded loyalty the chief matter of standens book is the varied relationship between people and frontiers as seen in the choices people made regarding their allegiances in the tenth century p 2. Monograph on the khitan liao had been written and published outside of northeast asia a series of questions subsequently arose how did the author manage to find the funding and opportunity to publish such a unbounded loyalty frontier crossings in liao china by naomi standen honolulu university of hawaii press 2006 miji lee
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