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Posted on Sep. 10, 2020 by Steve Hindle
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In a normal year, nearly 2,000 scholars in the fields of history, literature, art history, and the history of science, technology, and medicine would be conducting academic research ...
Posted on Jun. 27, 2018 by Steve Hindle
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As one of the world's leading institutions for collections-based research, The Huntington has for almost a century provided essential support and a congenial environment for the conduct of scholarship...
Posted on Sep. 21, 2017 by Steve Hindle
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This is one of the most exhilarating times at The Huntington—when the new cadre of research fellows arrive on our beautiful campus to explore our collections and take part in the intellectual life of...
Posted on May. 17, 2017 by Steve Hindle
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As acting president of The Huntington, I am having the great pleasure of immersing myself in the wide-ranging activities that take place in this extraordinary institution. Our exhibitions program is chief...
Posted on Jun. 27, 2016 by Steve Hindle
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Summer is a busy time for The Huntington’s research program. As the academic year draws to a close, it’s time for a changing of the guard. The fellowship selection process for the 2016–17 program...
Posted on May. 15, 2015 by Steve Hindle
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Members and visitors may typically think of The Huntington as a glorious place to visit in the spring with the puya in bloom in the Desert Garden, the wisteria gracing the Japanese Garden, and the roses...
Posted on May. 13, 2014 by Steve Hindle
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There are so many reasons to thank Mary Robertson for her several decades of distinguished service at The Huntington, and many of them have been emphasized in the various celebrations of her achievements...
Posted on Mar. 5, 2013 by Steve Hindle
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Steve Hindle, the W. M. Keck Foundation Director of Research at The Huntington, will present a lecture at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday evening, March 6, in Friends’ Hall. His subject: The economic history...
Posted on Oct. 17, 2011 by Steve Hindle
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