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Middle East Garden Traditions
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This web-based research tool offers selected catalogues, glossaries, and bibliographies on Umayyad, Abbasid, Andalusian, Ottoman, Mughal, North African, and Safavid gardens from the eighth century to the present.
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Digitized Rare Books
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Access full digital facsimiles of select titles in the Rare Book Collection.
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Library and Special Collections Resources
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Resources for scholars in Byzantine, Garden and Landscape, and Pre-Columbian studies
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Ephemera Collection
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The Ephemera Collection consists of a variety of materials related to the Byzantine and Pre-Columbian cultures and to worldwide gardens and landscapes that provide an alternative, popular cultural perspective on the academic research fields at Dumbarton Oaks.
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East Asian Landscape Cultures
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Since the mid-1990s, Dumbarton Oaks has developed research on East Asian landscape cultures through library collections, public lectures, scholarly meetings, and publications as part of its commitment to situate garden and landscape studies in a broader domain of cultural and visual studies
Located in Research / Garden and Landscape Studies / Resources for Scholars
Garden Archaeology
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Petra Garden Feasibility Study
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Located in Research / Garden and Landscape Studies / Resources for Scholars
Contemporary Landscape Design Collection
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The Contemporary Landscape Design Collection (CLDC) was formed under the direction of the Garden and Landscape Studies department at Dumbarton Oaks between 2001 and 2009, and is intended as a complement to the existing collection of drawings by Beatrix Farrand in the Rare Book Collection.
Located in Research / Garden and Landscape Studies / Resources for Scholars
Fellowship and Project Grant Bibliography
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In 2011, the Garden and Landscape Studies program at Dumbarton Oaks conducted a survey of its former fellows and grant recipients. The aim of this initiative was to evaluate the impact of this program on their careers and academic development in order to assess its broader role in shaping the field of garden and landscape studies over the first forty years of this program’s history.
Located in Research / Garden and Landscape Studies / Resources for Scholars
Sources for Garden and Landscape Studies
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