Nathan Dize is a Masters student in the Department of French and Italian. Nathan's interests in film include questions of race, gender, class, and sexuality as well as nationalism in contemporary film. Nathan is currently writing about 21st century Haitian and French film.
Relevant conference presentations include:
"Cher ami, je suis loin d’une réponse cohérente: The Tension Between Essayistic and the Epistolary Modes in Raoul Peck’s Assistance mortelle" (Forthcoming: RMMLA 2014)
"Stripped to the Waist: Duvalier Regime and Opacité in Cantet's Vers le sud" (NeMLA 2014)