April 3 – 14, 2024

with Raymond Craib
Marie Underhill Noll Professor of History

To reserve your space, contact CAU partner, Royal Adventures
Phone: 800-453-4754  |  Email: info@royaladventures.com

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  • Click on "All the Details" to download the brochure for the full itinerary, tour details, and terms.

    This 12-day, exclusive-to-Cornell study tour explores the history, culture, and landscapes of Spain's iconic cities including Madrid, Toledo, Granada, and Seville.

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    Education vacation

    Drawing from his research, writings, and life experiences, Professor Craib will share lectures designed specifically for CAU. As you travel, enjoy unparalleled access to Craib's expertise through informal conversations, a walk through his favorite sections of Madrid, and the opportunity to follow your curiosity and develop your knowledge in real time.

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    Get swept up in the stories

    With visits to the Prado Museum, Toldeo's old quarter, the Alhambra, and more, connect your inner map of imagination with your outer map of experience.

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    Explore ~ Learn ~ Imagine ~ Experience

    Fresh fish and cold beer. Lush gardens and overflowing fountains. The flourish of a flamenco dancer's hand gesture. Enjoy free time to explore each city at your will while also bonding with your fellow travelers over shared experiences, building memories that will continue to unfold even after you return home.

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  • Raymond Craib is the Marie Underhill Noll Professor of History and a celebrated CAU faculty member who previously led a CAU study tour on politics, poetry, and wine throughout Chile and Argentina. Craib received rave reviews from CAU Summer 2023 students for his class "Chile, the Pacific, and the World." Specializing in Latin American history, Craib has teaching experience and long-standing research interests in the history of Spain, and previously taught for the Cornell Abroad Sevilla program. A former long-term resident of Madrid, Craib has published widely and is the author of Cartographic Mexico: A History of State Fixations and Fugitive Landscapes (2004); The Cry of the Renegade: Politics and Poetry in Interwar Chile (2016); and, most recently, Adventure Capitalism: A History of Libertarian Exit from the Era of Decolonization to the Digital Age (2022).

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