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Abstract: This paper addresses issues of race, species, and kind through an incident that took place 25 May 2020, when a birder and a dog owner crossed path in the Ramble of New York’s Central Park. The birder, a gay Black man, was searching for scarlet tanagers and other songbirds. The dog...
Abstract: This article examines the development of the landscape of Raynham Hall, Norfolk, England in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, and presents two hitherto unrecognised sketches by William Kent. It argues that Raynham was one of the first places in England where...
Abstract: Hernando Colón, second son to Christopher Columbus, was not only an outstanding book collector but also the devisor of an ambitious garden, the Huerta de Goles, where he grew endemic New World trees and plants. His pioneering botanical enterprises were well known among his...
Abstract: Though nineteenth-century parks, also known as ‘pleasure grounds’, were seen at the time as an antidote to unhealthy high-density urban living in large cities such as New York City, they were embraced by small towns and communities that experienced none of the challenges associated...
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