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October 12 to 26, 2022

Delve into a country few Western tourists ever explore on this unique journey with faculty leader Allen S. Weiner, JD ’89, co-director of the Stanford Center on International Conflict and Negotiation.

Beyond the headlines. Follow in the footsteps of scores of Stanford travelers who have delighted in uncovering the facts about this historically and culturally rich nation and discovering how incredibly warm and welcoming its people are. Being there. Enjoy the opportunity to interact with everyday Iranians in the bustling squares and markets of Tehran, Shiraz and Isfahan and observe present-day Iran firsthand. Persian treasure trove. Admire the ubiquitous exquisitely tiled mosques in the cities we visit and explore the former caravan city of Yazd, where the Zoroastrian religion once thrived. Once were warriors. At the colossal ruins of the ancient capital of Persepolis, be transported back to the 6th century BCE, when Darius the Great reigned over the Persian Achaemenid Empire.

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COST:

$10,795 per person, double occupancy


FACULTY LEADER

Allen Weiner
International and Comparative Law

A scholar of international law, Allen Weiner has focused his teaching and research on security issues, international criminal law and international conflict resolution.


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(650) 725-1093
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