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Summer Schools and Workshops

Summer schools and workshops bring together students and scholars for in-depth study of languages, material culture, and theory. Past opportunities have included the Garden and Landscape Studies Graduate Workshop, the Plant Humanities Summer Program, and summer schools in Byzantine Greek, Syriac and Coptic, and Byzantine coins and seals.

 

2020 Dumbarton Oaks/HMML Syriac and Armenian Summer School

2020 Dumbarton Oaks/HMML Syriac and Armenian Summer School

July 13–August 7, 2020 | Intensive four-week courses in Syriac and Classical Armenian for doctoral candidates or recent PhD recipients who can demonstrate the need for either language in their research. Approximately ten places will be available, with priority going to students without ready access to similar courses at local or regional institutions. Apply by February 15, 2020.

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Plant Humanities Summer Program

Plant Humanities Summer Program

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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2020 Byzantine Greek Summer School

2020 Byzantine Greek Summer School

June 29–July 24, 2020 | Intensive four-week course in medieval Greek and introduction to paleography and Byzantine book culture. Approximately ten places will be available, with priority going to students without ready access to similar courses at local or regional institutions. Applications due February 1, 2020

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