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Israel: Past and Present


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April 2 to 15, 2022

Travel to Israel with political science professor Kenneth Schultz and meet with Palestinians, Jewish settlers, local academics and journalists to hear various, often opposing, opinions about current events and the future of this hotly contested land.

Amen to that. Explore the importance of Jerusalem to the three Abrahamic monotheistic faiths and observe their practices at the holy sites in the Old City. Etched in stone. Tour Roman-era archaeological sites, including Masada, Beit She’an and Caesarea. Look both ways. From atop Mt. Bental in the Golan Heights, explore the security situation in the north, looking over Israel's Hula Valley on one side and into Syria on the other. From the gospel to graffiti. See Jaffa, where some deeds of St. Peter’s ostensibly took place, and check out Tel Aviv’s hip street art.

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COST:

$11,995 per person, double occupancy


FACULTY LEADER

Kenneth A. Schultz
Political Science

Kenneth A. Schultz, MA '93, PhD '96, is professor of political science and director of the program in international relations at Stanford University.


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