Franklin Cason Jr. is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at North Carolina State University. He earned a PhD from the University of Florida and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He was a visiting professor at the Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University (2019-2020). His research explores aesthetics and pragmatism in African-American cinema. His most recent essay, “Symbiopsychotaxiplasticity: Some Takes on William Greaves,” co-authored with Tsitsi Jaji, was recently published in Cultural Studies in a special issue on Theorizing Production

Ghosts and the Machine: When Documenting Past Black Life Haunts its Present

Franklin Cason Jr.

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Ghosts and the Machine: When Documenting Past Black Life Haunts its Present

Franklin Cason Jr.

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Ghosts and the Machine: When Documenting Past Black Life Haunts its Present

Franklin Cason Jr.
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Franklin Cason Jr. is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at North Carolina State University. He earned a PhD from the University of Florida and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He was a visiting professor at the Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University (2019-2020). His research explores aesthetics and pragmatism in African-American cinema. His most recent essay, “Symbiopsychotaxiplasticity: Some Takes on William Greaves,” co-authored with Tsitsi Jaji, was recently published in Cultural Studies in a special issue on Theorizing Production