Tuesday, July 19, 2016

After the #2016 election, I may have to Visit Cuba permanently.



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From: Charles Bittner, The Nation

Date: Tue, Jul 19, 2016 2:07 PM

To: tqnews@hotmail.com;

Subject:Visit Cuba


 

Dear Terry,

Join The Nation November 12 – 19 as we travel to Cuba to experience the people, politics, culture, and history of the island in a way very few have before. We will spend our days meeting with prominent Cuban professors, government officials, physicians, community activists, farmers, urban planners, business owners, journalists, and artists. Our evenings will be filled with exclusive concerts by renowned musicians, private showings at artists's studios, and performances by students of Cuba's internationally acclaimed dance institutes.

 
Lizt Alonzo Dancers, Havana, Cuba
 

We will tour museums with eminent art historians, wander through the artists's markets of Old Havana, experience the scenic beauty of Pinar del Río province, and savor traditional Cuban food and spirits at the island's finest restaurants and organic farms.

View the full itinerary.

We will be accompanied throughout the week by Cuba expert Katrin Hansing. Katrin is the former associate director of the Cuban Research Institute at Florida International University in Miami and is currently Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at Baruch College (CUNY). As an anthropologist she has spent the last thirteen years conducting research in the Caribbean (especially Cuba). Dr. Hansing received her Ph.D. from the University of Oxford and is the author of numerous publications including the book Rasta, Race, and Revolution: The Emergence and Development of the Rastafari Movement in Socialist Cuba.

 
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In addition, our host will be Charles Bittner. Charles is The Nation's long serving academic liaison and teaches in the department of sociology at St. John's University in New York. He's arranged and directed seven previous Nation trips to Cuba. We will also be escorted by an extremely knowledgeable bilingual Cuban tour guide.

The all-inclusive cost of this weeklong tour is $5,585 / $5,990 per person (double/single occupancy) and includes round-trip chartered airfare from Tampa to Havana, six nights at the four-star NH Capri Hotel de Habana, one evening at a private guesthouse in Viñales, airport transfers, health and evacuation insurance, Cuban visas, all ground transportation within Cuba, guided tours, seminars, lectures, entrance to Cuba's preeminent museums and attractions, several private music concerts, dance performances, almost all your meals, including libations, and other captivating activities and events.

 

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Book now!

 

Additional details, registration documents, and the complete itinerary may be found here: TheNation.com/Cuba.

For further information or to register, contact Charles Bittner at charles@thenation.com.

For questions, call Charles at 617-833-1435.

 

Travel to Cuba is authorized under The Nation's OFAC license #CT-2104-307579-1
 
 

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