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Dubrovnik, the "Pearl of the Adriatic" and World Heritage site

Idyllic Shores of Croatia and MontenegroAn Adriatic Cruise

Sail from Venice to Dubrovnik with stops in Split, Hvar and Kotor all aboard the all-suite Corinthian
Starting at $4,890
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Charles Ingrao
May 8 - 16, 2014
Charlie Ingrao is a professor of history at Purdue University, where he teaches courses in modern Europe. He has published ten books in Habsburg, Balkan, and German history. Since 1996 he has focused primarily on ethnic coexistence and conflict in the former Yugoslavia, having made over forty trips to the war zones of the 1990s. He has given over a hundred public lectures to academic, governmental, and military audiences across North America and central Europe, and been a regular commentator for print, radio and television media, including The News Hour with Jim Lehrer (PBS). His latest book, Confronting the Yugoslav Controversies (2009) presents a common narrative of the recent Balkan wars prepared by an international consortium of Albanian, Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian and Western scholars.

Sidney Horenstein
May 8 - 16, 2014
Sidney Horenstein is a geologist and recently retired Coordinator of Environmental Public Programs at the American Museum of Natural History. He also served as an adjunct lecturer in geology at the City University of New York for 25 years and is currently the natural history consultant to the Bronx County Historical Society. He also lectures at the AMNH on a variety of natural history subjects. He has been involved with expeditions since 1985 and has led trips to the Americas, Europe, the Mediterranean, Asia, the Arctic, and North Africa.

Deborah Voigt
May 15 - 23, 2014
Soprano Deborah Voigt is increasingly recognized as one of the world’s most versatile singers and one of music’s most endearing personalities. A leading dramatic soprano, internationally revered for her performances in the operas of Wagner and Richard Strauss, she is also an active recitalist and performer of Broadway standards and popular songs. She appears regularly, as both performer and host, in the Met’s “Live in HD” series, which is transmitted live to movie theaters across the U.S. and overseas. Honored in the media with a CBS 60 Minutes profile, features in People and Vanity Fair, spotlights in More and O – the Oprah Magazine, and appearances on Good Morning America, CNN, and the nationwide telecast of the MACY*S Thanksgiving Day Parade and July 4 fireworks celebration, Voigt has become America’s most visible and beloved diva.

Jodi Magness
May 15 - 23, 2014
Jodi Magness holds a senior endowed chair in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She received her B.A. in archaeology and history from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and her Ph.D. in Classical archaeology from the University of Pennsylvania. Professor Magness has delivered a number of lectures on the archaeology of the Classical world for the Smithsonian Associates in Washington, D.C. and has served as Study Leader on many tours and cruises for Smithsonian Journeys.