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  • Image Collections and Fieldwork Archives — Dumbarton Oaks
    Archives ICFA is the repository for Byzantine Pre Columbian and Garden and Landscape archival collections ICFA preserves and provides access to administrative records fieldwork papers photographic prints negatives slides oversize drawings and moving images that document fieldwork and research projects sponsored by Dumbarton Oaks and undertaken by renowned scholars in these three areas of study Explore the Holdings Visit AtoM DO to search across ICFA s archival collections Document Actions Print this Share ICFA Services Access Collections Order Photographs Preferred Citation Hours Monday through Friday 9 a m to 12 p m 1 to 5 p m Contact Tel 202 339 6972 Fax 202 625 0279 icfa doaks org Navigation Library Archives Library Rare Book Collection Garden Archives Image Collections and Fieldwork Archives About ICFA Document Collections Photograph Collections Digital Collections Moving Image Collections AtoM DO Search the Archives Who s Who in ICFA Collections ICFA Oral History Initiative Online Exhibits ICFA Services Dumbarton Oaks Archives ICFA Blog New Oral History Interviews from ICFA Sep 16 2015 New Finding Aids from ICFA Aug 05 2015 Creating an inventory of photographs by Thomas F Mathews Jul 29 2015 ICFA Blog More Follow ICFA Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection 1703 32nd

    Original URL path: http://www.doaks.org/library-archives/icfa (2016-02-18)
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  • Fellowships and Grants — Dumbarton Oaks
    Landscape studies Learn more One Month Research Awards Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection offers One Month Research Awards to scholars holding the PhD or other relevant terminal degree e g MLArch for Garden and Landscape studies applicants and working on research projects in Byzantine Pre Columbian or Garden and Landscape studies Learn more Project Grants Dumbarton Oaks makes a limited number of grants to assist with scholarly projects in Byzantine Pre Columbian and Garden and Landscape studies Support is generally for archeological investigation as well as for the recovery recording and analysis of materials that would otherwise be lost Learn more Short Term Pre Doctoral Residencies Dumbarton Oaks offers a limited number of Short Term Pre Doctoral Residencies for advanced graduate students who are preparing for their PhD general exams writing their doctoral dissertations or expecting relevant final degrees in the field of Byzantine Pre Columbian or Garden and Landscape studies Learn more Document Actions Print this Share Navigation Studies Programs Fellowships and Grants Fellowships One Month Research Awards Project Grants Short Term Pre Doctoral Residencies Byzantine Studies Pre Columbian Studies Garden and Landscape Studies Opportunities for Harvard Students Important Dates for Fellowships and Grants February 1 Mellon Fellowship

    Original URL path: http://www.doaks.org/research/fellowships-and-grants (2016-02-18)
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  • Opportunities for Harvard Students — Dumbarton Oaks
    enhanced opportunities for Harvard students at Dumbarton Oaks The Tyler Fellowship program inaugurated in 2010 provides support over two years to advanced GSAS students in fields relevant to the mission and resources of Dumbarton Oaks with the aim of contributing to the students professional development while assisting with dissertation completion Paid summer internships expanded over the past few years and available across many different departments within Dumbarton Oaks from the Library Archives and Museum to Publications and the Gardens enable Harvard graduate and undergraduate students to contribute to institutional projects and gain valuable work experience and skills while enjoying the Dumbarton Oaks campus and the resources of the nation s capital Bliss awards unveiled in 2012 provide support for Harvard students traveling to Dumbarton Oaks to attend the annual symposia which are major annual conferences in the three programs of study at Dumbarton Oaks Byzantine Pre Columbian and Garden and Landscape Studies as well as occasionally in other areas of scholarship Through these initiatives and other activities Dumbarton Oaks contributes to the teaching research and professional development of Harvard students and faculty alike Document Actions Print this Share Navigation Studies Programs Fellowships and Grants Byzantine Studies Pre Columbian Studies Garden

    Original URL path: http://www.doaks.org/research/opportunities-for-students (2016-02-18)
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  • Dumbarton Oaks Library and Archives — Dumbarton Oaks
    admits readers as well as researchers who come to Dumbarton Oaks on shorter visits At a time when libraries around the world face increasing pressures the Dumbarton Oaks Library continues to pursue a strong acquisitions initiative and to find ways to make our holdings available to a wider community of scholars The Rare Book Collection originated with Mildred Barnes Bliss s aim to preserve illustrated books from being broken up for individual plates it is especially strong on works of landscape architecture botany and horticulture and includes botanical illustrations manuscripts and drawings Reflecting the research focus of Dumbarton Oaks the collection also includes facsimiles of Byzantine and medieval manuscripts early printed editions of Byzantine texts and works on the art and archeology of the pre contact peoples of Mesoamerica lower Central America and Andean South America The Image Collections and Fieldwork Archives ICFA was established to document and preserve material from fieldwork and research projects at Byzantine sites and monuments supported by Dumbarton Oaks In addition ICFA supports scholarship in Byzantine Studies by preserving and providing access to documents and images pertaining to art architecture and archaeology in a variety of media ICFA is also the repository for the Pre Columbian Photographs and Fieldwork Archives and the Garden and Landscape Photographs and Design Archives The mission of the Dumbarton Oaks Archives is to inventory conserve store and make accessible the institute s past current and future records and artifacts Initiated by Archivist James N Carder in 1999 the Dumbarton Oaks Archives consists primarily of architectural plans and drawings historical papers administrative documents documents pertaining to the institute s fellows and scholars and images of people events buildings interiors and the Gardens at Dumbarton Oaks The Dumbarton Oaks Archives also sponsors the Oral History Project Begun in 2008 the project comprises

    Original URL path: http://www.doaks.org/library-archives/dumbarton-oaks-library-and-archives (2016-02-18)
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  • Rare Book Collection — Dumbarton Oaks
    shelving location of all materials held in the rare book room is clearly indicated in the HOLLIS record Searching HOLLIS in advance of arrival is recommended We cannot guarantee that same day requests for use can be honored The Rare Book Collection at Dumbarton Oaks is accessible by appointment during the hours of 9 30 a m 12 30 p m and 2 4 30 p m Monday through Friday To schedule an appointment please contact Rare Book Collection staff at rarebooks doaks org or 202 339 6462 The Rare Book Reading Room is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 30 a m 5 30 p m Dumbarton Oaks Rare Book Reading Room photographed by Megan Cook Document Actions Print this Share Navigation Library Archives Library Rare Book Collection History of the Collections Mission Rare Book Collection Digital Camera Use Policy Rare Book Digitization Project The Autograph Letter Collection of Mildred Barnes Bliss Garden Archives Image Collections and Fieldwork Archives Dumbarton Oaks Archives Rare Book Collection The Rare Book Collection is available by appointment only Monday to Friday 9 30 a m 12 30 p m and 2 00 p m 4 30 p m Closures

    Original URL path: http://www.doaks.org/library-archives/rare-book-collection (2016-02-18)
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  • Pre-Columbian Photographs and Fieldwork Archives — Dumbarton Oaks
    photographs black and white prints black and white negatives color transparencies and color slides as well as drawings prints and rubbings many of which have been scanned and converted into electronic files Among the Archives main holdings are photographs of objects including the Maya Ceramic Archive generated by Nicholas Hellmuth the Paracas Textile Archive created by Anne Paul and images of objects in Dumbarton Oaks Robert Woods Bliss Collection of Pre Columbian Art The Archives also contain drawings of objects including the Dellenback Archive of stone sculpture from Colombia and the Vergara Archive of pyroengraved gourds from Peru Other holdings are the result of fieldwork expeditions including the Thomson Expedition Archive documenting an 1888 expedition to Yucatan the Roosevelt and Cross Archive documenting a 1934 expedition to Peru the Bliss Travel Archive documenting a 1935 trip to Guatemala and miscellaneous photographs of archaeological sites colonial churches historic towns and landscapes in Latin America The Archives are accessible by appointment only Please contact Juan Antonio Murro Assistant Curator Pre Columbian Collection 202 339 6442 Visit the Pre Columbian Photographs and Fieldwork Archives online Document Actions Print this Share Navigation Museum About Plan Your Visit Guided Tours Byzantine Collection Pre Columbian Collection

    Original URL path: http://www.doaks.org/museum/pre-columbian/photo-fieldwork-archives (2016-02-18)
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  • Oral History Project — Dumbarton Oaks
    Balmori Hans Belting Elizabeth P Benson Frances Berdan Christine Blazina Elizabeth Hill Boone Glen Bowersock Susan A Boyd DOA Interview Susan A Boyd ICFA Interview Michael Braunlin Hans Buchwald Richard Burger and Lucy Salazar James N Carder Annemarie Weyl Carr Oswaldo Chinchilla and Karl Taube Michael D Coe Giles Constable Robert Coolidge Robin Sinclair Cormack N C Christopher Couch Thomas Cummins Anthony Cutler Margaret Dawson Richard Diehl Christopher Donnan DOA Interview Christopher Donnan ICFA Interview John Duffy Corliss Knapp Engle Clark Erickson Elizabeth Sgalitzer Ettinghausen Susan Toby Evans Semavi Eyice Barbara W Fash William L Fash Lois Fern Elizabeth A Fisher Richard Nelson Frye Inge Gaberman José García Bridget Gazzo Eurydice Georganteli Jerry Goldberg Oleg Grabar Philip Grierson Interview Philip Grierson Memoir Gail Griffin Sidney H Griffith Christopher Harrison Anne L Helmreich Angela Constantinides Hero and Helen C Evans Kenneth G Holum Stephen Houston John Dixon Hunt Peter Jacobs Elizabeth and Michael Jeffreys Christopher Jones Julie Jones Peter David Joralemon Ioli Kalavrezou Musja Kazhdan Edward L and Judith Keenan David Keil Justin and Barbara Kerr Herbert L Kessler Cecelia Klein Mark Laird Silvio Luciani and Antonio Pereira Henry and Eunice Maguire Henry Maguire ICFA Interview George Majeska Cyril Mango and Marlia Mundell Mango Michael McCormick Donald Mehlman Mary Miller Cécile Morrisson Robert S Nelson Laurie Olin Therese O Malley Kenneth Pasmanick Hector Paz Joanne Pillsbury Donald Pumphrey Nancy Gray Pyne Jeffrey Quilter J Scott Raymond Don Stephen Rice Betsy Rosasco Calogero M Santoro Abbrial Seagle Werner Seibt Ihor Ševčenko Irfan Shahîd Robert Sharer Holly Shimizu Donald E Smith Donald E Smith Conversation Donald Smith Jr Marie Spiro Valerie Stains Michael Steen Interview Michael Steen Video Rebecca Rollins Stone David Stuart Alice Mary Talbot Natalia Teteriatnikov DOA Interview Natalia Teteriatnikov ICFA Interview Robert W Thomson Richard Fraser Townsend Loa Traxler Emily

    Original URL path: http://www.doaks.org/library-archives/dumbarton-oaks-archives/oral-history-project (2016-02-18)
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  • Library — Dumbarton Oaks
    access exhibition of collections and preservation of knowledge in these disciplines whether in print or digital formats for use by future generations Overview The Dumbarton Oaks Research Library collects materials to support scholarship in Byzantine studies Pre Columbian studies and garden and landscape studies It comprises three formerly independent collections In 1999 the collections came together administratively to form the Research Library as it exists today The general library collections contain more than 210 000 items in a variety of formats All materials are non circulating The Rare Book Collection contains more than 10 000 volumes prints drawings photographs and blueprints Use of the collections requires prior authorization as a reader Due to space limitations the Rare Book Collection requires appointments to be made in advance of every use Document Actions Print this Share Navigation Library Archives Library Access Policy General Library Collections Library Staff Rare Book Collection Library Exhibitions New Titles HOLLIS Catalog Manuscripts on Microfilm Database Rare Book Collection Garden Archives Image Collections and Fieldwork Archives Dumbarton Oaks Archives Research Library General Collection Hours For Fellows and Readers Monday to Friday 8 00 a m 10 00 p m Saturday and Sunday 9 00 a m 10 00

    Original URL path: http://www.doaks.org/library-archives/library (2016-02-18)
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