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Annemarie Weyl Carr
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Oral History Interview with Annemarie Weyl Carr, undertaken by James W. Curtin and Joshua Wilson in the Dumbarton Oaks Study on August 1, 2013. At Dumbarton Oaks, Annemarie Carr was a Junior Fellow (1970–1971), a Visiting Fellow (spring 1980), a Fellow (fall 1990), and a Visiting Scholar (2009–2010) of Byzantine Studies.
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Cyril Mango and Marlia Mundell Mango
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Edited Oral History Interview with Cyril Alexander Mango and Marlia Mundell Mango, undertaken by Anna Bonnell-Freidin at Oxford University, on August 1, 2009. At Dumbarton Oaks, Cyril Mango was a Junior Fellow (1951–1953), Fellow (1953–1954), and Research Associate (1954–1955) of Byzantine Studies, Instructor in Byzantine Archaeology (1955–1958), Lecturer in Byzantine Archaeology (1958–1962), Associate Professor of Byzantine Archaeology (1962–1963), Executive Editor of Dumbarton Oaks Publications (1958–1963), member of the Board of Scholars for Byzantine Studies (1967–1972), and member of the research staff (1972–1973). He was also Co-Director of the Corpus of Dated Greek Inscriptions (not in residence) (1978–1982), co-director of the Christian Monuments in Turkish Mesopotamia Project (not in residence) (1982–1990), and director of the Cathedral of Nisibis Project (not in residence) (1990–1991). At Dumbarton Oaks, Marlia Mundell Mango was Assistant for the Photograph Collection (1966–1973), co-director of the Christian Monuments in Turkish Mesopotamia Project (not in residence) (1982–1990), and director of the Excavations at Androna, Syria Project (not in residence) (1999–2002).
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Robert W. Thomson
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Oral History Interview with Robert W. Thomson, undertaken by Anna Bonnell-Freidin at Pembroke College, Oxford, on August 1, 2009. At Dumbarton Oaks, Robert Thomson was a Junior Fellow (1960–1961) and a Senior Fellow (1979–1989) of Byzantine Studies and Director (1984–1989). Robert Thomson is an honorary affiliate of Dumbarton Oaks.
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History of the Corpus of Tunisian Mosaics
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Located in Resources / Highlights from the Collections / From Clearing to Cataloging: The Corpus of Tunisian Mosaics
Ms. Joan Southcote-Aston
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Were you to read through all of the transcribed interviews in the Dumbarton Oaks Oral History Project, there is one person in particular who could not fail to fascinate you, yet who is maybe, at last, too ephemeral to apprehend. D.O. Senior Fellow Herbert Kessler thinks that this woman—who underwent what can only be described […]