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September 3 to 19, 2020

Tanzania Field Seminar

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING AT ITS BEST

Attend a three-day workshop on the Stanford campus with professor Bill Durham, ’71, and Dr. Susan Charnley, MA ’89, PhD ’94, before heading to Africa with them.

September 5 to 17, 2020

Normandy and Brittany Walk

CIDER, CALVADOS AND CAMEMBERT

Join faculty leader Ed Steidle and walking guide Peter Watson on an adventure that takes us from the rugged coastline of Brittany to historic Normandy—along spectacular cliffs and through the bucolic countryside that caught the eye of so many of the great impressionist painters.

September 16 to 24, 2020

Opus Napoli

A MUSICAL JOURNEY THROUGH ITALY'S CAMPANIA REGION

Join music professor and composer Jonathan Berger, DMA ’82, on this concert-rich jaunt through Italy’s Campania region, attending three musical performances in historic Naples, home to Donizetti, Scarlatti and Rossini.

September 27 to October 10, 2020

Indonesia by Air

BALI, JAVA, BORNEO AND SULAWESI

Traveling entirely by air allows us to visit remote islands and stay longer at destinations than a typical trip to Indonesia would allow time for. Scott Pearson, a scholar of economic change in developing countries, leads the way. 

October 1 to 10, 2020

Hudson River

AUTUMN SPLENDOR IN NEW YORK

Travel aboard the American Constitution with Stanford  duo, Wanda M. Corn and Joe Corn, who love to expound on American art, American history, technology and political science. 

October 6 to 21, 2020

Waterways of Southeast Asia

A NEW LOOK AT VIETNAM, LAOS AND CAMBODIA

Travel with Professor Barton “Buzz” Thompson, ’73, MBA ’76, JD ’76, through Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, stopping at the villages that are dependent on the resources provided by the region’s extensive river system for economic, social and spiritual survival.

October 11 to 27, 2020

Madagascar to Mauritius

EXPLORING PARADISE ABOARD THE CALEDONIAN SKY

Together with biology professor Tony Barnosky, observe many species of lemurs up close in their natural habitat, including the red ruffed lemur and the aye-aye, and learn about Madagascar’s dogged conservation efforts to protect these incredible animals.

October 16 to 25, 2020

Sicily and Southern Italy

SAIL FROM ROME TO SICILY

Sail on the new and ultra-sleek Le Jacques Cartier with history professor Norman Naimark, ’66, MA ’68, PhD ’72, from Rome to Sicily along the Tyrrhenian coast, sampling Italian dishes and wines along the way.

October 23 to November 9, 2020

Everest Base Camp Trek

A PEAK EXPERIENCE

Join geophysicist Simon Klemperer on this 15-day trek to Everest’s 17,688-foot-high base camp—one of the most spectacular and rewarding journeys on earth.

November 8 to 21, 2020

Unseen Japan

HIDDEN GEMS OF AN ISLAND NATION

Journey on this tried-and-true itinerary developed just for Travel/Study that takes us to some off-the-beaten-path locales with Louisa McDonald, '67, MA '70, PhD '76, art history professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. 

December 22, 2020, to January 3, 2021

Israel Family Seminar

SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR FAMILIES WITH YOUNG ADULTS

Journey to the Holy Land with Stanford political scientist Martha Crenshaw on this trip designed specifically for families with post-high school children in their late teens or older.

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