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The Bug Market
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Deirdre Moore on Cochineal Insect Cultivation in Eighteenth-Century Mexico
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The Crazannes Quarries by Bernard Lassus
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Michael Conan (2004)
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The Design of Tang Imperial Gardens: Tradition, Creativity, and Symbolization
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Bo Jiang, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Fellow 2007–2008
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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 […]
The Dutch Garden in the Seventeenth Century
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John Dixon Hunt, editor (1990)
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The First Dumbarton Oaks Landscape Architecture Colloquium
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The Force of Flowers: Bringing the Outdoors In at Versailles
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Nicole Jeanne Cuenot, Columbia University, Summer Fellow 2009
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The French Formal Garden
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Elisabeth Blair MacDougall and F. Hamilton Hazlehurst, editors (1974)
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The Garden and Landscape Studies Program: An Evolving Development
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The Garden as Film Backdrop: Construction of Cinematic Garden Space
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Nina Gerlach, University of Heidelberg, Junior Fellow 2008–2009, Fall
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