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The Bug Market
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Deirdre Moore on Cochineal Insect Cultivation in Eighteenth-Century Mexico
Located in News & Events / Newsletter
Public Space: Development of Garden and Park Conservation Practices, Current Debates, and Laws
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María del Carmen Magaz, Universidad del Salvador, Summer Fellow 2008
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellowship Reports / 2008–2009
Wild Flowers: African and African Diaspora Landscapes and the Cultural Politics of Garden Ideologies
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Grey Gundaker, Department of Anthropology, College of William and Mary, Fellow 2009–2010
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellowship Reports / 2009–2010
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 / / Fellowship Reports / 2010–2011
Garden Archaeology at Ramat Rahel, Israel
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Oded Lipschits, Institute of Archaeology, Tel Aviv University, Project Grant 2008–2009
Located in Studies Programs / / Project Grant Reports / 2008–2009
United They Stand: Byzantine, Pre-Columbian, and Garden and Landscape Studies at Dumbarton Oaks
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Located in Library & Archives / / 75th Anniversary / Blog
Beatrix Jones Farrand: Dumbarton Oaks Landscape Gardener
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Located in Library & Archives / / 75th Anniversary / Blog
John Dixon Hunt
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Located in Library & Archives / / 75th Anniversary / Blog
History and Memory in the Manchu Imperial Park of Bishu Shanzhuang
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A public lecture by Stephen Whiteman
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Chinese Ambassador Visits Dumbarton Oaks
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Thirty Young Diplomats Also Visit Birthplace of the United Nations
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