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2017–2018 Fellows and Project Grants

2017–2018 Fellows and Project Grants

Dumbarton Oaks is pleased to announce the fellows and project grants for the upcoming academic year

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City Water/City Life

City Water/City Life

Upcoming exhibit showcases the history of waterfronts in urban design

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Farewell to the Freeways

Farewell to the Freeways

Margot Lystra talks urban design in 1960s San Francisco

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Secrets in the Soil

Secrets in the Soil

Eduardo Neves delivers public lecture in Pre-Columbian Studies

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The Lost Archive

The Lost Archive

Anna Leone revisits the excavation history of Dibsi Faraj

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Building the Invisible

Building the Invisible

Mellon outreach activates teens’ humanistic imaginations

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Divided No More

Divided No More

Ryan Clasby revisits the Andean-Amazonian divide at Huayurco

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Posting Pictures

Posting Pictures

Lane Baker on a century-old social media obsession

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The Hidden Fields of Peru

The Hidden Fields of Peru

Ari Caramanica searches for agricultural traces in the Pampa de Mocan

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Restoring a Village

Restoring a Village

Michail Kappas visualizes and preserves the Greek village of Kastania

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A City Like a Body

A City Like a Body

Sara Carr Discusses the Topography of Wellness in American Urban Landscapes

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Teaching a Younger Crowd

Teaching a Younger Crowd

Teaching Fellows’ Day Invites Undergraduates to Consider Byzantium Anew

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A New Life for Forgotten Things

A New Life for Forgotten Things

The Dumbarton Oaks Archives Launches Online Ephemera Collection

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Imagining the Empress

Imagining the Empress

The Ephemera Collection Expands in an Upcoming Exhibit

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No New Saints

No New Saints

Sergey Ivanov Reconsiders the Unorthodox Saints’ Lives of the Tenth Century

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Renovation of the Gardens

Renovation of the Gardens

Dumbarton Oaks Gardens Closed to the Public from July 10, 2017, to March 15, 2018

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Blood on the Stones

Blood on the Stones

Ximena Chávez Balderas Reinterprets Sacrificial Remains at Tenochtitlan

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A New Old View

A New Old View

Dumbarton Oaks Acquires Seventeenth-Century Monument Guide

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The Sense of Place

The Sense of Place

Saskia de Wit Contextualizes the Metropolitan Garden in Landscape Studies

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Refinding the Way

Refinding the Way

Hendrik Dey Investigates the Via Triumphalis in Medieval Rome

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