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Plant Humanities Summer Program
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July 1–26, 2019 | Program for advanced undergraduates and graduate students with an interest in plants from perspectives as different as botany, botanical exploration, the history of science and medicine, environmental studies, art history, and the history of the book and botanical illustration
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18th-Century Vedute of Vienna
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Selections from the Dumbarton Oaks Rare Book Collection
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Dumbarton Oaks and JSTOR Launch Plant Humanities Initiative
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Andrew W. Mellon Foundation provides support for digital tool and research and scholarly programming
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Seeing Cherries
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Rare Book Gallery
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Naming Stones
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Dumbarton Oaks acquires 18th-century Japanese garden scroll
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The Treatises of Melchior Guilandino
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Dumbarton Oaks acquires sixteenth-century botanical texts
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The Records of Life
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Dumbarton Oaks acquires colonial Latin American manuscripts
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City Water/City Life
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Through August 2017 in the Rare Book Gallery | Traces the development of water elements in three historic cities and their interaction with social and cultural milieus.
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Grammars of the Former World
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Rare Book Collection acquires Andreas Sennert’s seventeenth-century lexicographical studies
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City Water/City Life
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Upcoming exhibit showcases the history of waterfronts in urban design
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