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National Parks in the Service of Nation Building: The Pioneering Work of Lipa Yahalom and Dan Zur in Israel
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Nurit Lissovsky, Technion–Israel Institute of Technology, Fellow 2010–2011
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2010–2011
Over the Ocean: Women Immigrants in American Landscape Architecture in the 1940s and 1950s
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Ulrike Krippner, Institut für Landschaftsarchitektur, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria, Summer Fellow 2010
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2010–2011
Pergolas and Pavilions in Italian Renaissance Gardens: A Study of the Printed Primary Sources
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Natsumi Nonaka, School of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin, Summer Fellow 2010
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2010–2011
Spatial Responses to Violence: Counter Monuments and Site-Specific Installations in Post-Apartheid South Africa
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Jessica Hurd, Indiana University Bloomington, Summer Fellow 2010
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2010–2011
Environment/Object/Ecosystem: Land Art after 1960
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James Nisbet, California State University, Long Beach, Fellow 2010–2011, Spring
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2010–2011
Grounds for Pleasure: The Pleasure Garden in Britain and America, 1660–1914
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Jonathan Conlin, University of Southampton, Summer Fellow 2010
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2010–2011
Garden Culture of the Twentieth Century
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Leberecht Migge; edited and translated by David H. Haney (2013)
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The Dumbarton Oaks Gardens
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Maybe it was because it was dusk that I found myself feeling lost, even though I wasn’t lost at all. Gray powdery light silvered, softly, everything it touched, not to pacify it, but as if, with gentle correction, to rout matter altogether—trees, shrubs, and closing flowers, like so many eyelids nestled in sleep’s calyx, the stonework in […]
Come on In: The Dumbarton Oaks Symposium
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If the scholars here at Dumbarton Oaks are the lifeblood of the institute as we know it—the necessities, the aerators of resources, the vital signs—then the symposia are the institute’s great lungs, chambers of commerce between the internal and external, between one scholar and her peers, between Dumbarton Oaks itself and a broader community: the […]
The Social Lunch
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Dumbarton Oaks, unlike many other institutions of its kind, is home to three, very different programs of study.  On their own, Byzantinists, Pre-Columbianists, and Garden & Landscape scholars would have no reason to interact, but at Dumbarton Oaks this is not the case.  By organizing communal lunches, teas, and social hours, a unique culture has […]