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World Civilization in Spain & Morocco: Summer 2020
Take a World Civilization course abroad and journey through the western Mediterranean beginning in Europe and ending in Africa.
Beginning in Madrid, Spain and traveling south, you'll experience the amazing cities and natural landscape of Al Andalusia---sun drenched southern Spain. You'll then embark on a ferry from the southern tip of Spain, sailing across the blue Mediterranean sea, and landing in Tangier, Morocco. For the rest of your time abroad, you'll experience the diversity of Islamic North Africa in Tangier, Chefchouen and Fes.
Enjoy the opportunity to look for evidence of cultural syncretism and transculturation---the ways in which the diverse cultures of the Western Mediterranean interacted and changed one another---in the past and today. This historical and cultural interaction is visible in the art, architecture, city planning, food, dance and music.
Professor Gallo will ensure you have a chance to see and do it all!
- Round trip air transportation (approximately $1,300)
- 12 nights of accommodation
- All ground transportation
- Historical and cultural walking tours
- Entrance to all venues included in itinerary
- One Spanish traditional dinner
- Three Moroccan traditional dinners
- Daily continental breakfast
- Full time guide and assistance
- International travel and extraction insurance
- New passport application fees (if applicable)
- Visa fee (if applicable)
- Tuition and fees
- 3 hour World Civilization course (Spring) or 1 hour Global Studies course (Summer)
- Most lunch and dinner meals
- Optional excursions
- Immediate medical expenses
Students enroll in World Civilization Spring course (3 credits) or World Civilization Spring course (1 credit). Community members may audit (AU) with permission of the instructor.
Dr. Sevin Gallo
Faculty Leader Trip: Greece
Assistant Professor of World Civilizations
Sevin has a Ph.D. in Modern Middle East/World history from the University of Akron in Ohio. Her research focuses on gender, nationalism, popular culture, and state-formation in the Kurdish regions of the Middle East---particularly Turkey. She studied electronic media and journalism at the University of Cincinnati as an undergraduate. She transferred to Kent State University, and earned a B.A. and M.A. in European history. In addition to teaching world history, Sevin works as the Global Studies degree coordinator at NWACC, and she leads a study abroad program in Greece.