Tutu Travel Seminar August 2017

Walk with Archbishop Tutu.  This Travel Seminar trains seminarians, clergy and laity to spread the good news about one of the best missions coming out of the leadership of the Anglican Communion in the 20th and 21st centuries: A Christian Spirituality of Restorative Justice.

Photo by Sumaya Hisham

Taught by Professor Michael Battle
Herbert Thompson Chair of Church and Society
Also, Director of the Desmond Tutu Center

August 9-16, 2017 in Cape Town, South Africa • The base Travel Seminar Fee is $2200. Students may get course credit for this Travel Seminar.  For part-time non-degree students, this Travel Seminar will cost an additional $600; For GTS students, an additional $500; and for Alumni, using their 2017 discount, the additional fee is only $150.  According to your circumstance, these fees are in addition to the base cost of travel and help cover some of General Seminary’s costs related to the course. Although the enrollment for this travel seminar is limited, clergy and laity are welcome to attend and may be eligible for continuing education credit as well.

Included in the base cost of the Travel Seminar Fee:

  • Accommodations
• Transportation in South Africa
• Breakfast and dinner daily
• Sight Seeing and Touring (e.g., Robben Island, Township, etc)
• Lectures
•Meeting with church and political leaders

Airfare (not included):

  • Responsibility of participant. Fares can be relatively inexpensive if purchased in advance.

For more information Contact:

Professor Michael Battle
The General Theological Seminary
440 West 21st Street
New York, NY 10011
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Cell# 626-993-5384