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:
P. Berger & T.T. Bartholomew (1995) Mongolia: The Legacy of Chinggis Khan (3 ects); W. Heissig & C.C. Müller (1989) Die Mongolen (upon agreement); A.L. Juliano & J.A. Lerner (2001) Monks and Merchants: Silk Road Treasures from Northwest China (3 ects); S.I. Rudenko (1970) Frozen Tombs of Siberia: The Pazyryk Burials of Iron-Age Horsemen (3 ects); S. Whitfield & U. Sims-Williams (2004) The Silk Road: Trade, Travel, War and Faith (3 ects). In addition, the student may consult exhibition catalogues such as The Golden Deer of Eurasia: Scythian and Sarmatian Treasures from the Russian Steppes (2000), Dschingis Khan und seine Erben (2005), Schätze der Liao: Chinas vergessene Nomadendynastie (2006),Tibet: Klöster öffnen ihre Schatzkammern (2006), and others.
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