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Rhetorical Landscapes: A Social History of Japanese-Style Gardens in North America
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Kendall Brown, California State University, Long Beach, Fellow 2004–2005
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2004–2005
Shin-Sakuteiki: A Manifesto for the Japanese Garden
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Christian A. Tschumi, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Switzerland / University of Kyoto, Japan, Fellow 2004–2005
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2004–2005
Myriad Gardens: Landscapes of the Baroque Spanish Stage
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Maryrica Ortiz Lottman, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Fellow 2005–2006
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2005–2006
Wish-Landscapes and Garden Cities
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M. Elen Deming, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, Fellow 2005–2006, Spring
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2005–2006
Discourses of Horticulture in England, 1660–1760
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Richard Coulton, Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom, Fellow 2005–2006
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2005–2006
The Visual Representation of Heavens and Paradise in Medieval Islamic Culture
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Igor Demchenko, State Institute of Art Research, Moscow, Russia, Junior Fellow 2005–2006
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2005–2006
Ian Hamilton Finlay and the Creation of the Garden at Stonypath/Little Sparta
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Stephen Bann, CBE, University of Bristol, Beatrix Farrand Distinguished Fellow 2008–2009, Spring
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2008–2009
The Garden as Film Backdrop: Construction of Cinematic Garden Space
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Nina Gerlach, University of Heidelberg, Junior Fellow 2008–2009, Fall
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2008–2009
The Art which Mends Nature: The Contributions of Garden and Forest to the History of American Environmentalism
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Eric A. MacDonald, University of Georgia, Fellow 2008–2009
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2008–2009
Safavid Gardens as the Representation of their World and Culture
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Mahvash Alemi, Rome, Italy, Fellow 2008–2009
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2008–2009