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South Africa Interport Lecturer Warrick Moses visits Fall 2013 voyage

Warrick Moses speaks to shipboard community at cultural pre-port.

Doctoral student Warrick Moses joined the Fall 2013 Semester at Sea voyage as the interport lecturer to South Africa. During his time on the ship, he spoke with several classes about South Africa apartheid and post-apartheid transition, about his life growing up in a middle-class colored family and about various types of music in South Africa during the seven-day transit from Accra, Ghana to Cape Town, South Africa. Moses is completing his Ph.D. in ethnomusicology at Harvard University. Interport lecturers are a great resource for the SAS community. They join the ship at different points along the journey to help provide the shipboard community with an overview of the history and culture of the country they will visit. In most cases, interport lecturers are from the countries that the MV Explorer visits.

In this podcast, Moses shares experiences growing up in Cape Town during the 1980s and the sensitivity that travelers should have while visiting townships.

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