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Voyage Label: Fall 2013

  • Dmitry Strovsky

    Dmitry Strovsky has a PhD in Political Science and is media professor of the Journalism Faculty at Ural Federal University in the city of Ekaterinburg, Russia. Dr Strovsky is in […]

  • Jane DeGeorge

    Jane is originally from Princeton, New Jersey and currently resides in Charlottesville, Virginia. She is very familiar with the Semester at Sea program and excited to sail for the fourth […]

  • Randal Archibold

    Randal C. Archibold is The New York Times bureau chief for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, based in Mexico City. Before beginning his assignment there in August 2010, he […]

  • Ashley Stevenson

    Ashley Stevenson recently graduated from the University of Virginia with a Bachelors in Cognitive Science and a Masters in English. While at U.Va., she worked in the Rare Book School, […]

  • Leigh Berry

    Leigh has had various careers. After attending St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY she substitute taught while her children were in school. She then owned her own yarn and needlework […]

  • Alison Casey

    Originally from Buffalo, New York, Alison holds an MA in Higher Education Administration from Boston College where she also served as a Resident Director in the Office of Residential Life […]

  • Photographing the City: Cadiz

    Our field lab will take place in Cadiz, Spain, yet another excellent spot for urban photography. Cadiz’ ancient port resides cheek-by-jowl with the old city, which we will explore and […]

  • Photography (Section 2)

    We will take the opportunity to use photography to not only document our travels, but to examine and deploy it as an art form and a lens to explore the […]

  • Seville: A Confluence of Cultures

    This immersive field lab experience will take us from Cadiz, Spain to Seville. Having at one point been controlled by both the Moors and the Christians, Seville will provide us […]

  • Travel Writing (section 3)

    In this course, we’ll approach travel writing in a number of different ways, first looking at the history of travel literature from Ancient Greece through the Grand Tour and beyond. […]

  • Matthew Silva

    Matthew Silva received a BA in English and Writing from Portland State University and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Virginia, where he was a Poe/Faulkner Fellow. […]

  • Sustainable Communities: Hamburg

    For nearly twenty years, there has been much talk about creating more sustaining or ‘green’ cities, in terms of ecology, equity and the economy. Northern European cities and her citizens […]

  • Investigating the Historic and Contemporary Sacred Places of Antwerp

    We will investigate sacred places amidst the rich mix of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque and Contemporary architecture within Antwerp’s city center. Our walking excursion will include both religious and non-religious […]

  • An Interpretive Walk Through Buenos Aires

    Buenos Aires, a vibrant city of elegant civic spaces and beautiful buildings is an excellent place to experience and analyze course concepts. Beginning at the MV Explorer in Puerto Nuevo, […]

  • Photography of Landscape and Architecture

    Our field lab will take place in Le Havre, France, an excellent spot for urban photography, rife with post-industrial, port infrastructure and unusual, mid-twentieth century modern architecture. As a place […]


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