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The Architecture of Social Encounters: Plazas and Platforms in the Southern Moche State
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Jorge Gamboa Velásquez, University of Montreal, Summer Fellow 2009
Located in Research / / Fellowship Reports / 2009–2010
Maya Conceptions of History in a Mesoamerican Perspective
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Federico Navarrete Linares, Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Summer Fellow 2009
Located in Research / / Fellowship Reports / 2009–2010
Gender Performances in the Initial Series Group at Chichén Itzá
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Matthew Looper, California State University, Chico, Summer Fellow 2009
Located in Research / / Fellowship Reports / 2009–2010
Comparative Understanding of Peripheral Urban Gardens and Garden Functions
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Barbara Stark, Arizona State University, Fellow 2009–2010
Located in Research / / Fellowship Reports / 2009–2010
Naming Patterns in Preconquest Mexica Society
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Anastasia Kalyuta, Russian Museum of Ethnography, Summer Fellow 2010
Located in Research / / Fellowship Reports / 2010–2011
Murky Waters: Revisiting the Looting of the Sacred Cenote of Chichén Itzá, Yucatán
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Adam Sellen, Centro Peninsular en Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales, UNAM, México, Summer Fellow 2010
Located in Research / / Fellowship Reports / 2010–2011
Rescuing Cerro Narrío, Cañar Province, Ecuador: Report on Investigations at Cerro Narrío, Ecuador, July 1 to August 15, 2008
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J. Scott Raymond, University of Calgary, and Florencio Delgado, Universidad de San Francisco, Quito, Project Grant 2008–2009
Located in Research / / Project Grant Reports / 2008–2009
The Archaeology of Mural Painting at Pañamarca, Peru
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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 Philip Johnson Pavilion
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Philip Johnson, perhaps best known for his Glass House, played an important role at Dumbarton Oaks by designing what is often called the Philip Johnson Pavilion, the gallery that houses the Robert Woods Bliss Collection of Pre-Columbian Art. The description of the pavilion from the Dumbarton Oaks website describes the back story of the building: In […]