Sailing from December 9, 2014 - December 22, 2014


Guest Lecturers

Guest Lecturers

Azamara Club Cruises® is now offering a great opportunity to enrich your onboard experience by introducing guest lecturers to our voyages. Considered experts in their respective fields, our carefully chosen speakers will share their vast knowledge on worldwide topics that range from politics to the environment, from tribal customs to ancient history. Attend one of our presentations and see what you can learn from our distinguished onboard guest speakers.

Date Ship Embark/Disembark
9-Dec-14 - 22-Dec-14 Azamara Quest Chennai (Madras), India - Singapore, Singapore
Charles Richardson

Charles Richardson, Destination Lecturer

Charles Richardson earned dual degrees in both science and history from New Jersey City University, a master of secondary education from Seton Hall University, and a master of science from William Patterson University. In 1978, he went on to complete his certification as a secondary school administrator from Rutgers University where he completed graduate credits on the doctoral level in school administration and educational philosophy. Charles has completed course work in such diverse subjects as organic chemistry, geology, genetics, geography, anthropology and American history. Charles’s talks are sure to inform and fascinate you.

Dr. Christopher Whelan

Dr. Christopher Whelan, Special Interest Lecturer – World Affairs

Dr. Christopher Whelan received his law degree and Ph.D. from the London School of Economics.  In the UK, he is associate director of International Law Programs and a member of the faculty of law at the University of Oxford as well as a barrister (specializing in employment law).  In the US, he is professor of law at Washington & Lee University.  In Germany, he is a lecturer at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg.  He has authored over 65 publications on a wide variety of national, international, and comparative law topics.  

Robert Fine

Robert Fine, Rabbi

Rabbi Robert Fine served as spiritual leader of Bet Torah in New York for 19 years. He served congregations in Queens and Long Island, and served as chaplain at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility. In the 1970s, Rabbi Fine taught Greek, Latin and classical studies at Columbia University and Brooklyn College. He attended Stanford University and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem for his undergraduate studies and Columbia for graduate school. His rabbinic ordination is from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Rabbi Fine has served as a member of the Committee on Jewish Law and Standards of the Conservative Movement.

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