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The Garden at Balentine’s

The Garden at Balentine’s

Nicholas Serrano studies postwar landscape architecture in the American South

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The Unrealizable World

The Unrealizable World

Kelly Presutti studies landscape and representation in nineteenth-century France

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Lives in the Landscape

Lives in the Landscape

Kaja Tally-Schumacher rediscovers Roman gardens

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Spectacles of Death

Spectacles of Death

Luis Muro Ynoñán studies Moche funerary rituals at Huaca La Capilla

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Losing Sight

Losing Sight

Jake Ransohoff studies political mutilation in the Byzantine Empire

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2018–2019 Fellows and Project Grant Recipients

2018–2019 Fellows and Project Grant Recipients

Dumbarton Oaks announces support for 52 scholars in the upcoming academic year

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Launch of books.doaks.org

Launch of books.doaks.org

Paperback editions of classic Dumbarton Oaks titles

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The Princes’ Coins

The Princes’ Coins

Alexandra Vukovich studies Byzantine imitation coinage in early Rus

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Surrealism in the Garden

Surrealism in the Garden

Thalia Allington-Wood studies the postwar reception of the Sacro Bosco

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Facing Perfection

Facing Perfection

Alexis Torrance studies the human ideal of Theodore the Stoudite

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Reopening of the Garden

Reopening of the Garden

The Dumbarton Oaks Garden reopens to the public on March 15, 2018

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Capturing the Light

Capturing the Light

Shannon Steiner investigates the significance of Byzantine enameling

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A New View of Syria-Palestine

A New View of Syria-Palestine

Alan Walmsley brings a lost century back into focus

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Life in Classic Maya Royal Courts

Life in Classic Maya Royal Courts

Maxime Lamoureux-St-Hilaire studies classic Maya royal spaces in La Corona, Guatemala

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Time and the Garden

Time and the Garden

Denis Ribouillault studies the secrets of Renaissance sundials

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Repurposing the Apocalypse

Repurposing the Apocalypse

Christopher Bonura studies the political history of apocalyptic literature

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The Dispersed City

The Dispersed City

Gabriela Cervantes surveys the Sican capital in northern Peru

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Bliss and Mellon Awards

Bliss and Mellon Awards

Recipients of the Bliss symposium award and the Mellon colloquium awards react to recent Garden and Landscape Studies events

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Naming Stones

Naming Stones

Dumbarton Oaks acquires 18th-century Japanese garden scroll

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Rebuilding Jerusalem

Rebuilding Jerusalem

Gideon Avni researches around destruction

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The Public and the Poplars

The Public and the Poplars

Romy Hecht unearths the history of landscape design in Santiago, Chile

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