Dr. Jason Radine, professor of Judaism, Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East, is one of two professors who have taken students to an archaeological excavation at the Ramat Rachel site in Jerusalem, Israel, in conjunction with Dr. Deborah Appler and her students from the Moravian Theological Seminary. In the mornings they made discoveries at the archaeological site, and in the afternoons the students studied and traveled around the country. For photos and stories from their experience, see their blog at www.houndsintheground.wordpress.com.
The InFocus Global Travel Seminar to Japan, to study the legacies of WWII, had its inaugural experience in Mayterm, 2017. See the student blogs.
In Spring of 2013, as part of the course "Religion 255: Latin American Liberation Theology," Dr.Kelly Denton-Borhaug will lead 10 students and one alumna in a travel seminar to the border between Mexico and Nogales, Arizona. Our seminar will operate in conjunction with the non-profit organization, “Borderlinks,” a bi-national group that works to increase understanding and cultural awareness regarding the realities of immigration and the Mexico-U.S. border. We will meet with immigrants, stay in their homes, visit court proceedings, hear from local activists and academics, and more. Pictures from the trip are available through the Moravian Religion Dept. Facebook.