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Reconsidering the Chavín Phenomenon in the 21st Century
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Pre-Columbian Studies Symposium, Richard L. Burger and Jason Nesbitt, Symposiarchs
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Landscape, Sport, Environment: The Spaces of Sport from the Early Modern Period to Today
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Call for papers for the 2019 Garden and Landscape Studies Symposium. Submissions due June 15, 2018.
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The World Beyond the City
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2017 Pre-Columbian Studies symposium
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Rethinking Empire
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The 2017 Byzantine Studies symposium
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Landscapes of Pre-Industrial Cities
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The 2017 Garden and Landscape Studies symposium
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Of Plants and Power
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New from Dumbarton Oaks Publications: The Botany of Empire in the Long Eighteenth Century
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New from Dumbarton Oaks Publications
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Sign and Design: Script as Image in Cross-Cultural Perspective
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Notes on the 2016 Garden and Landscape Studies Symposium
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Thinking About “Landscape and the Academy”
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Byzantine and Mediaeval Art and Literature: Program
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1943 Byzantine Studies Symposium
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1950 Byzantine Studies Symposium Group Photo
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Speakers at the 1950 “The Emperor and the Palace” Byzantine symposium, from left to right: A. Alfoldi, F. Dvornik, A. M. Friend, H. P. L'Orange, E. Kantorowicz, P. Underwood, and A. Grabar (seated).
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