Jeffrey C. Stewart
Jeffrey C. Stewart is a 1-Time AALBC.com Bestselling Author
Jeffrey C. Stewart is a professor of Black Studies at University of California at Santa Barbara and chair of the Black Studies Department.
Born in Chicago, he spent his college years in California at UCLA and UC Santa Cruz, before doing graduate work at Yale University, where he received his Ph.D. in American Studies. He has taught at Yale, Tufts, UCLA, Scripps, Howard, Harvard, and George Mason University.
Jeffrey has studied the issues of race and culture in art, history, literature and music. His most important research has been on the Harlem Renaissance, the black arts movement of the 1920s, and his specialty has been the work of black philosopher Alain Locke, a Howard University philosopher and thinker.