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The Networks of Paradise

The Networks of Paradise

Jan Haenraets Discusses the History and Preservation of Mughal Gardens

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The Ruins of Syria

The Ruins of Syria

Dumbarton Oaks Acquires a New Collection of Images

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Learning among the Plants

Learning among the Plants

Second-Grade Classes from the Hyde-Addison School Visit the Dumbarton Oaks Gardens

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The Bug Market

The Bug Market

Deirdre Moore on Cochineal Insect Cultivation in Eighteenth-Century Mexico

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In Memoriam Irfan Shahîd

In Memoriam Irfan Shahîd

Director Jan Ziolkowski Remembers Shahîd’s Scholarship and Long Association with Dumbarton Oaks

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Righettino’s Views

Righettino’s Views

Denis Ribouillault Delivers the 2016 Garden and Landscape Studies Public Lecture

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Reading the Notemakers

Reading the Notemakers

Andrea Cuomo on Greek Scholia and Byzantine Pedagogy

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Garden Theory and the French Picturesque

Garden Theory and the French Picturesque

Bliss Symposium Award Recipients Cabelle Ahn and Carlo Urmy Reflect on the Garden and Landscape Studies Colloquium on Hubert Robert

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Ecologies of the Former World

Ecologies of the Former World

Adam Goldwyn Pushes Ecocriticism Back to Byzantium

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Theories of Ritual

Theories of Ritual

Pre-Columbian Studies Junior Fellow Jessica MacLellan on Maya Stone Platforms and the Organization of Community

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Contextualizing Robert

Contextualizing Robert

Garden and Landscape Studies 2016 Colloquium on Hubert Robert and French Garden Culture

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Building after Stone

Building after Stone

Meredith Miller on Confronting Climate Change through Design

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“The World Upside Down”

“The World Upside Down”

Byzantine Studies Fellow Eleni Kefala on Byzantium and America before and after the Age of Reason

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Good Ink

Dumbarton Oaks in the News, October 2016

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“The Lord of Vilcabamba”

“The Lord of Vilcabamba”

Pre-Columbian Studies Fellow Brian Bauer on the Wari Empire

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Introducing Elena Boeck

Introducing Elena Boeck

Dumbarton Oaks’ New Director of Byzantine Studies

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Rhetoric and Rewriting

Rhetoric and Rewriting

New Titles in the Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library Series

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Announcing the Dumbarton Oaks Humanities Fellowships

Announcing the Dumbarton Oaks Humanities Fellowships

Three Young Humanists from Harvard Arrive for a Year of Practical Learning and Career Preparation

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