Chat with Mentors: Pan-African Studies Celebration (Talks)
Jan Carew and Tchaiko Ruramai Kwayana, veteran educators in black studies, will discuss the challenges and successes of black studies programs in higher education. This is the first in a series of talks to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the master's degree in Pan-African studies March 27-29.
Jan Rynveld Carew led a rich and varied life as a writer, educator, philosopher, and advisor to several nation states. He was born and educated in Guyana, and studied at Howard University, Western Reserve University, Charles University in Prague, and the Sorbonne in Paris. In London he lectured on race and worked as broadcaster, writer, and editor with the BBC.
Jan Carew's novels and nonfiction books and media include a multitude of books, plays, poetry, articles, reviews, essays, films, audiotapes, and stories, including: