Dr. Glenford D. Howe studied at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill campus (1987-1990) and the University of London (1991-1993). He obtained a BA in History and Political Science at the UWI. His thesis “Race War Nationalism: A Social History of West Indians in the First World War” was turned into a TV documentary by Channel 4 TV and published as a book, made into a radio documentary by the BBC in 2016.
Dr. Howe has published on a wide variety of subjects including history, politics, education, health, child protection, and wrote for and advised the UNESCO International Bureau of Education in Geneva, the UNESCO International Institute for Higher Education in Latin America and the Caribbean in Venezuela, UNICEF, the United Nations Development Programme, BBC, … His multidisciplinary scholarship is being used in a number of leading universities globally. Along with Prof. Alan Cobley he produced the first book on HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean.
Dr. Howe works for the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill campus.