Columbia University announced a $13 million gift from the Mary Livingston Griggs and Mary Griggs Burke Foundation that will establish the Mary Griggs Burke Center for Japanese Art and the Mary Griggs Burke Professorship of East Asian Buddhist Art History in the department of art history and archaeology. The gift will fund a renovation creating space for the center in Schermerhorn Hall. The professorship will ensure teaching and research at the highest level in the field of East Asian art.
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Naka no Machi (The Inner City)This is one of the most famous watering holes on the island. Those it has a long history it is now in serious decline. The popping of the Japanese economic bubble has cause most revelers to sit home and drink, or drink at friends houses.
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After earning his master’s in Slavic languages at Columbia in 1952, he taught Russian language and literature at Dartmouth. He also prepared most of the index to an 11 volume collection of Stalin’s works. “I read his entire works, twice,” Matlock recalls.
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