May 10, 2019 — May 18, 2019
Holland & Belgium: Amsterdam to Bruges
With Dr. Pamela Zeiser
About this Trip
Enjoy an enchanting cruise through the Netherlands and Belgium, from the intriguing Dutch capital of Amsterdam to the tiny Belgian town of Bruges. Follow meandering rivers and canals aboard the new Magnifique III, a boutique riverboat with just 20 cabins. See the UNESCO-listed Kinderdijk windmills, discover the Flemish town of Dendermonde, and explore a medieval castle in Ghent before disembarking in Bruges. More active travelers may wish to join optional daily cycling tours. Traveling with you aboard Magnifique III will be Steven Pincus, the Thomas E. Donnelly Professor of British History at the College at the University of Chicago and Dr. Pamela Zeiser, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of North Florida. An optional Amsterdam prelude and an optional Brussels postlude are offered.
From $4,999 per person
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About the Lecturer
Dr. Pamela A. Zeiser is an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies from the University of Nevada, Reno, and both a Masters degree in International Studies and a Ph.D. in Political Science from Claremont Graduate University. Dr. Zeiser teaches courses on International Relations and Europe, generally, with special interests in foreign policy and the European Union. Dr. Zeiser has lectured for previous World Affairs Council programs in Europe, including the UK and France, and has led student study abroad groups to UK and Central Europe. She is a member of the World Affairs Council of Jacksonville, where she volunteers as liaison between the Council and the University of North Florida
"I appreciated spending time with Dr. Zeiser during the trip. She was the best lecturer on the cruise- content, presentation, style, handouts, and slides.”
“World Affairs Council trips always live up to expectation and are run well- this was no exception."