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Tunisia


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April 5 to 18, 2020

Visit a total of seven UNESCO World Heritage sites, covering the Phoenician, Roman and Islamic periods, accompanied by faculty leader Grant Parker, chair of Stanford’s department of classics and faculty affiliate of the university’s Center for African Studies.

Medinas, mosques and more. Walk through the old town of Tunis, Tunisia’s capital, with its mosques, palaces, handicraft museum, ornate necropolis of former Ottoman rulers and lively bazaars. Awesome oases! Explore the utterly stunning mountain oases of Chebika, Tamerza and Mides in the En Negueb hills along the Algerian border. Locals only. Meet local journalists and cultural experts for insiders’ views on Berber culture, as well as the Jasmine Revolution, when a Tunisian street vendor’s death in December 2010 and the uprising that followed sparked the Arab Spring.


COST:

$7,595


FACULTY LEADER

Grant Parker
Classics

Dr. Grant Parker, an associate professor of classics at Stanford, has pursued a variety of interests - the Mediterranean Sea and ancient Rome's fascination with Egyptian obelisks and other exotica.


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