The Angolan took to social media to announce the invitation: "I was invited by the University of Oxford to teach this week and join a collegiate court of leaders, social scientists and world ecclesiastical leaders made up of 42 delegated members from various parts of the globe, as the only African selected for this colloquium", he says in a post on his Facebook.
Paulo Carvalho also says that this Monday will be his day to teach in the "magna sala", where he will address 'Racialized Christian Nationalism and its Threats against Future Leadership'.
"Today will be my day to teach in this magnificent hall founded in 1789", he writes, adding that he will "lecture on 'Racialized Christian Nationalism and its Threats against Future Leadership'" and, later, they will "prepare a report with recommendations that will be submitted for consultation by the European Union, the White House and the United Nations, as stipulated in the objective of this great event".
"My article on this topic will be published later by the University of Oxford", he adds.
It should be noted that the University of Oxford is located in the city of Oxford, England.