Angst in Symbolist Movement: Its Origins and Its Consequences

June 4 - 6, 2015 | The University of Paris IV-Sorbonne, France

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Allerton Park and Retreat Center"Allerton Park and Retreat Center is composed of several major elements. The core of the estate features an English-inspired manor house, a reflecting pond, an approximately 10-acre meadow, and a series of formal sculpture gardens. A network of interpretive and primitive hiking trails winds through the woodland, riparian, and prairie areas of the Paundefinedrk, of which 1,000 acres have been designated a National Natural Landmark because of the quality of their upland and bottomland floodplain forests. Historic farmsteads are gradually being renovated and once again used productively. One of these farmsteads is now a model farm Allerton Park and Retreat Centerwhere university students grow a variety of produce and other specialty crops for horticultural, conservation, and craft use. Another is being proposed as the site of a performing arts and music camp, with the historic barn finding new life as a performance venue." Read more about Allerton Park and Retreat Center.

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