If you are planning to complete this study unit by taking an exam at the faculty examination, please note that you need to see Professor Juha Janhunen during his office hours and agree upon the literature to study for the exam. You need to do this well in advance, before you register for the faculty examination at WebOodi.
Examples of course literature:
T. Barfield (1989) The Perilous Frontier: Nomadic Empires and China (2 ects); C.I. Beckwith (2009) Empires of the Silk Road: A History of Central Asia from the Bronze Age to the Present (3 ects); H. Franke & D. Twitchett (eds.) (1994) The Cambridge History of China, vol. 6 (6 ects); J. Janhunen (1996) Manchuria: An Ethnic History (3 ects); J.P. Mallory & V.H. Mair (2000) The Tarim Mummies: Ancient China and the Mystery of the Earliest Peoples from the West (3 ects); D. Sinor (ed.) (1990) The Cambridge History of Early Inner Asia (upon agreement); S. Soucek (2000) A History of Inner Asia (2 ects); UNESCO (1992-2005) History of Civilizations of Central Asia, vols. 1-6 (upon agreement).
If you wish to complete the study unit by participating a faculty examination, consult the examiner about the literature to study for the exam before you register for the examination.
Prof. Juha Janhunen