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Garden Ornament at Dumbarton Oaks
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Linda Lott with James N. Carder (2009)
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Garden Theory and the French Picturesque
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Bliss Symposium Award Recipients Cabelle Ahn and Carlo Urmy Reflect on the Garden and Landscape Studies Colloquium on Hubert Robert
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Gardens and Cultural Change
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Jeffrey Quilter and Michel Conan, editors (2008)
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Gardens and Imagination
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Michel Conan, editor (2008)
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Gardens, City Life and Culture
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Chen Wangheng and Michel Conan, editors (2008)
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Gardens, Fountains, and the Science of Waters: An Unpublished Treatise by Giovanni Antonio Nigrone (1609)
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Anatole Tchikine, Trinity College Dublin – University of Dublin, Ireland, Fellow 2010–2011
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Good Ink
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Dumbarton Oaks in the News
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Grounds for Pleasure: The Pleasure Garden in Britain and America, 1660–1914
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Jonathan Conlin, University of Southampton, Summer Fellow 2010
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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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Home Grown: Thomas Affleck’s Advocacy for Regional Identity in the American South, 1848–1868
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James Schissel, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Junior Fellow 2010–2011
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