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Lights in the Dark
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Paul Magdalino delivers public lecture in Byzantine Studies
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Secrets in the Soil
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Eduardo Neves delivers public lecture in Pre-Columbian Studies
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Between Land Art and Landscape Architecture: A Dialogue with Udo Weilacher and John Beardsley
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Garden and Landscape Studies Public Lecture
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Everything That Shines Is Gold . . . but Does It Matter? The Conceptual Relevance of Amazonian Archaeology
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Pre-Columbian Public Lecture | Eduardo Neves, University of São Paulo, Brazil
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Mirrored Reflections: Spanish Iconoclasm in the New World and Its Reverberations in the Old
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Director’s Office Public Lecture | Thomas B. F. Cummins, Harvard University
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Righettino’s Views
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Denis Ribouillault Delivers the 2016 Garden and Landscape Studies Public Lecture
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Looking for the Nomads
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Florin Curta on Byzantium and the Nomads
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An Uneasy Relation: Byzantium and the Nomads
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Byzantine Studies Public Lecture | Florin Curta, University of Florida
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Olympic Landscapes: Green and Greener
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April 14, 2016 | Garden and Landscape Studies Public Lecture, Mary Margaret Jones
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Upcoming Public Lecture
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John Pohl, UCLA, "Bringing the Pre-Columbian World to Life: The Scholar’s Role in Entertainment Media" | Thursday, February 6, 2014
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