Elizabeth Reich is an assistant professor of Film and Media Studies in the Department of English at the University of Pittsburgh. She is the author of Militant Visions: Black Soldiers, Internationalism and the Transformation of American Cinema (Rutgers University Press, 2016) and co-editor with Scott Richmond of a special issue of Film Criticism, “New Approaches to Cinematic Identification.” She is working on two new projects, a co-edited collection on Afrofuturism and black political movements, under contract with Minnesota University Press, and a monograph on reparations, time, and the cinema. Her essays have appeared in Post45, ASAP, Screen, African American Review, Film Criticism, Women and Performance and ASAP/J. She serves on the editorial board of Film Criticism and is a contributing editor at ASAP/J

Documentary Strain, Black Artists, and the Afrofuture: Terence Nance’s The Triptych

Elizabeth Reich

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Documentary Strain, Black Artists, and the Afrofuture: Terence Nance’s The Triptych

Elizabeth Reich

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Documentary Strain, Black Artists, and the Afrofuture: Terence Nance’s The Triptych

Elizabeth Reich
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Elizabeth Reich is an assistant professor of Film and Media Studies in the Department of English at the University of Pittsburgh. She is the author of Militant Visions: Black Soldiers, Internationalism and the Transformation of American Cinema (Rutgers University Press, 2016) and co-editor with Scott Richmond of a special issue of Film Criticism, “New Approaches to Cinematic Identification.” She is working on two new projects, a co-edited collection on Afrofuturism and black political movements, under contract with Minnesota University Press, and a monograph on reparations, time, and the cinema. Her essays have appeared in Post45, ASAP, Screen, African American Review, Film Criticism, Women and Performance and ASAP/J. She serves on the editorial board of Film Criticism and is a contributing editor at ASAP/J