Dr. Greene’s July 12, 2015 Interview with Elizabeth Alexander, the author of six books of poetry, discussed her most recent book, The Light of the World: A Memoir, a compelling memoir of grief, loss and love, written after Alexander’s unexpected loss of her husband of fifteen years, , and also discusses with Greene her writing process, and the state of African-American literature.
Craig Wilder, “Ebony & IVY: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of American Universities” 2-15-13
Dr. Greene’s Interview with Professor Craig Wilder, on February 15, 2013. Wilder, discussed his book, “Ebony & IVY: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of American Universities,” education, the black experience, and his purpose for […]
Clarence Reynolds, the director of the Center for Black Literature, interviewed award-winning author, Tiphanie Yanique on November 19, 2010 talked about her her novella and stories, “How to Escape A Leper Colony,” and her writing […]
Dr. Greene’s December 14, 2014 Interview with Dr. Peniel E. Joseph, founding director of the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy discussed the book “Stokely: A Life,” a biography of Stokely Carmichael aka […]