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In addition to exhibitions, fellowships and awards, and programs, Dumbarton Oaks makes its collections and scholarship accessible through print and online publications, born-digital research projects, online catalogues and databases, and curated selections from our museum, library, and archival collections.



Publications

The publishing program at Dumbarton Oaks began with the printing of the Inaugural Lectures in 1941. We publish scholarly series in our dedicated fields of study; catalogs of our collections; and books and articles on the history of the institution. Our publishing projects are dedicated to continuity of scholarship; at the same time, we are constantly searching for new ways to deliver scholarly content in the digital culture of the twenty-first century.

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Digital Projects

Dumbarton Oaks is dedicated to making its research and scholarship accessible to everyone. Discover our born-digital research projects below, and find more scholarly resources under Byzantine Studies, Pre-Columbian Studies, and Garden and Landscape Studies.



Online Collections

Many of Dumbarton Oaks’ rich collections, including the museum, rare books, and library and archives, are available online. See below for additional collections available through our website, and explore curated selections in Highlights from the Collections.

Museum Collections

Search the collections on our museum website,  and explore several of our most significant collections of Byzantine objects here: lead seals, coins, textiles, and manuscripts.

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Rare Book Collection

Search the collection through the HOLLIS catalog, and explore fully digitized titles, selections from the Mildred Bliss’s autograph letters, and correspondence, drawings, and photographs related to the development of the historic Dumbarton Oaks Garden.

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Library and Archives

Search our library holdings in the HOLLIS catalog. Additional collections include a database of microfilms of Byzantine manuscripts, a research portal for Moche iconography, a collection of postcards and other ephemera related to our areas of study, and finding aids and digital assets for our archival collections.

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Highlights from the Collections

Explore curated selections from across our collections in a series of online exhibits. Select a category below, or view them all.