Carew, Jan (Rynveld)
CAREW, Jan (Rynveld)
CAREW, Jan (Rynveld). Canadian (born Guyana), b. 1920. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories, Children's fiction, Plays/Screenplays, Poetry, History. Career: Professor Emeritus, Dept. of African-American Studies, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, 1987- (Professor, 1972-87). Co- Chairman, Third World Energy Institute, 1978-. Lecturer in Race Relations, University of London Extra-Mural Dept., 1953-57; Writer and Ed., BBC Overseas Service, London, 1954-65; Ed., African Review, Ghana, 1965-66; CBC Broadcaster, Toronto, 1966-69; Sr. Fellow, Council of Humanities, and Lecturer, Dept. of AfroAmerican Studies, Princeton University, 1969-72; visiting professor in Latin American and Caribbean Literature, Hampshire College, Amherst, MA, 1987-88; Visiting Clarence J. Robinson Professor, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, 1989-91; Visiting Distinguished Professor and Director, Center for the Humanities, Lincoln University, PA, 1993-95; Liberal Studies Visiting Scholar in Pan African Studies, University of Louisville, 2000. Publications: Streets of Eternity (poetry), 1952; Black Midas (in U.S. as A Touch of Midas), 1958; The Wild Coast. 1958; The Last Barbarian, 1961; Green Winter, 1964: University of Hunger (play), 1966; The Third Gift (children's fiction), 1976; The Origins of Racism and Resistance in the Americas, 1978; Children of the Sun (children's fiction), 1980; Sea Drums in My Blood (poetry), 1983; Grenada: The Hour Will Strike Again (history), 1985; Fulcrums of Change (essays), 1987, Rape of Paradise, 1994; Ghosts in Our Blood, 1994. Address: 115 Brownlea Dr. Apt 20, Greenville, NC 27858-1625, U.S.A.