Title: Destination Tangier – American Literature’s Encounter with Morocco

Description: Explore the storied cultural history and dynamic present of northern Morocco, focusing on one of the most celebrated cities in global literature: Tangier. Students will explore Tangier as it has been represented by both U.S. writers and Moroccan authors. During your stay, students will partake in guided tours of the historic Kasbah, cafe discussions with literary luminaries, meet-and-greets with Moroccan students, and visits to the haunts of famous U.S. writers. In addition, students will visit the famous "blue city" of Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains and Fez, the ancient cultural capital of Morocco.

Dates: March 3-9, 2019

Program Fee: $2,780
* The program fee includes shared housing, daily breakfast, four group meals, duty phone with valid SIM card and calling credit, site visits and cultural events, in-country transportation, ASU faculty support and international health insurance.

Application Deadline: Nov. 15, 2018

Course: HON-394: Destination Tangier – American Literature’s Encounter with Morocco (3 credits) Spring 2019-Session C

Eligibility: Must be a Barrett Honors student who earned at least a C in HON 171 or HON 370

For Further Information: Please contact Dr. Alex Young at alex.t.young@asu.edu

Program Brochure/Application

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