Textile Arts in Morocco with Noble JourneysCan be arrange for individuals or up to 16 curious travelers
- Meet rural weavers and spinners
- Special lectures on Moroccan textiles and culture
- Unique meetings and meals with local artisans in homes and villages
- Fes and Marrakech in depth
- Visit important sites and monuments
- Great shopping opportunities!
- Optional extension to charming Essaouira
Your Study Leader, Moroccan Textile Expert
For groups of 6 and up, it can be arranged for her to be your Study Leader
Travel with Moroccan textile expert Dr. Susan Schaefer Davis. You'll meet her friends and colleagues in their homes and villages, enjoy demonstrations and hands-on experiences with local weavers and other textile artisans.
Dr. Susan Schaefer Davis is a social scientist with extensive research experience and development work in North Africa for agencies including the World Bank, FAO, USAID and the Peace Corps. She has held teaching or research positions at Haverford College, the University of Pennsylvania, Rutgers University and Al Akhawayn University in Morocco. Susan has a Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of Michigan and did post-doctoral work at Harvard.
She is a vivacious, witty leader who has lived and worked in Morocco for many years, fluent in the Arabic and French spoken there. She will open the doors into this fascinating society for us to meet many of her friends and colleagues.
For more information contact:
Joan Noble at (800) 566-9228 / (480) 686-9676 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Textile Arts in Morocco: Itinerary