Entry into the "Lost City" of Petra, Jordan
Entry into the "Lost City" of Petra

Experiences of a Lifetime

Oct 31 - Nov 16, 2014
Jet set from Jordan to India, ending in Morocco, experiencing Petra, the Taj Mahal, the Maldives, Rwanda and Marrakech along the way!
Starting at $59,950
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Joyce Chaplin
Oct 31 - Nov 16, 2014
Joyce Chaplin, the James Duncan Phillips Professor of Early American History at Harvard University, received her bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University and her doctorate from the Johns Hopkins University. In 1985-86, she was a Fulbright Scholar at St. Catherine’s College in Oxford, England. Joyce has taught at six universities as well as in a maritime studies program on the Atlantic Ocean. Her reviews and essays have appeared in The New York Times, London Review of Books and The Wall Street Journal. Joyce is most interested in topics where humans and nature meet, and specializes in early American history, intellectual history, environmental history and the history of science.

Alex de Voogt
Oct 31 - Nov 16, 2014
Alex de Voogt is a curator of African Ethnology at the American Museum of Natural History. He has published on topics as diverse as the archaeology of Nubia, the survival of indigenous scripts and seventh-century Islam. In addition, he is a leading expert on the history of board games and their development along human migration and trade routes. Alex has traveled for his research to Africa, the Caribbean, South America, the Middle East, and South and East Asia. He has directed a research expedition to the Maldives, and recently he joined an archaeology mission in northern Sudan. He earned a doctorate in social sciences and another in art and architectural history from Leiden University in the Netherlands.

Joseph Snyder
Oct 31 - Nov 16, 2014
Joseph Snyder lectures on current affairs, drawing on his 30 years’ experience as a veteran Foreign Service officer. He represented the U.S. State Department in Thailand, Iran, Taiwan, Malaysia, and Austria; he was Director and Spokesman of the State Department Press Office; and was Deputy Ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency. He has also traveled extensively throughout Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and the Pacific. Snyder received an M.A. from Yale University, and a B.S.F.S. from Georgetown University, in international relations.