Single-Authored Articles and Chapters

“’Comment écrire en évitant d’exotiser le malheur ?’ : l’apocalypse et le retour au quotidien dans Je suis vivant de Kettly Mars” Francosphères (Under review)

“Beyond the Morality Tale of Humanitarianism: Epistolary Narration and Montage in Raoul Peck’s Assistance mortelle.Journal of Haitian Studies 23.1 (2017): 75-95.

La Mulâtresse During the Two World Wars: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Suzanne Lacascade’s Claire-Solange, âme-africaine and Mayotte Capécia’s Je suis martiniquaise.” “Writing Through the Visual and Virtual: Inscribing Language, Literature, and Culture in Francophone Africa and the Caribbean” Ed. Ousseina Alidou and Renée Larrier. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. (2015)

Co-Authored Articles and Chapters

Corlett-Rivera, Kelsey, Nathan H. Dize, Abby Broughton, Brittany M de Gail. “In Service of Pedagogy: A Colony in Crisis and the Digital Humanities Center.” in Debates in Digital Humanities: DH Infrastructures. Eds. Anne McGrail, Angel David Nieves, and Siobhan Senier. (Forthcoming)

with Kelsey Corlett-Rivera, Abby R. Broughton, and Brittany De Gail. “Intervening in French: A Colony in Crisis, the Digital Humanities, and the French Classroom.” sx archipelagos 2 (September 2017).


“Haiti in Translation: Anacaona by Jean Métellus, An Interview with Susan Pickford.” sx salon 24 (February 2017)

Digital Humanities Projects

“Homepage” for Imagining Medieval Narrative: The Travels of Marco Polo (, last update: May 2017)

Abby Broughton, Nathan H. Dize and Kelsey Corlett-Rivera, A Colony in Crisis: The Saint-Domingue Grain Shortage of 1789 (, last update: November 2016) (Reviewed in sx archipelagos by Anne Eller)

Public Writings (Blog Posts and Op-Eds)

African American Intellectual Historical Society:

Commemorating Slavery in Nantes, France: Material and Virtual Traces

Reading Junot Díaz in France: American Racism and Teaching in a Trump Era

Mapping Downtown Asheville Through Protest: Black Lives Matter and Public Spaces 

Age of Revolutions:

Framing Slavery in Eighteenth-Century French Portraiture at the Château des Ducs de Bretagne

Lessons from A Colony in Crisis: Collaborative Pedagogy and the Digital Humanities

The French National Front and the Whitewashing of Contemporary France

“Sorry, but I’ll be in Paris this weekend”: An American Thinking About the Manif Pour Tous

H-Net Haiti Blog:

Why Haiti Needs New Narratives: Panel Round-Up from the 41st Caribbean Studies Association Meeting Port-au-Prince, Haiti (June 5-11, 2016)

Expert Witnessing: On Haiti and the Dominican Republic (Conference Summary)

Haiti in Translation on H-Haiti:

Savage Seasons by Kettly Mars, An Interview with Jeanine Herman

Dance on the Volcano by Marie Vieux-Chauvet, An Interview with Kaiama L. Glover

Stella: A Novel of the Haitian Revolution by Émeric Bergeaud, An Interview with Lesley S. Curtis & Christen Mucher

Haiti in Translation Blog Series

Interviews with Nathan H. Dize

Black Lives in a Colony in Crisis: An Interview with Nathan H. Dize

Abby Broughton and Nathan H. Dize in Conversation with the Haitian History Blog

Review Essays

At the Limits of Memory: Legacies of Slavery in the Francophone World. Eds. Nicola Frith and Kate Hodgson. Contemporary French Civilization (42.3-4)

Nathan Dize. Review of Bergeaud, Emeric, Stella: A Novel of the Haitian Revolution. H-Haiti, H-Net Reviews. January, 2017.

American Creoles: The Francophone Caribbean and the American South. Eds. Martin Munro and Celia Britton. E-misférica. 12.1 (May 2015).


English to French:

“Ontologies atlantiques: Sur la violence et les conditions de l’être humain,” Sibylle Fischer. Trans. Nathan H. Dize. E-misférica. 12.1 (January 2016).

French to English:

“President Wilson’s Vision,” Charles Moravia in “Translating Global Citizenship” sx salon 26 (October 2017)

“The Battle of Fallujah by a Free French,” Laurent Closier. Trans. Nathan H. Dize. Zones of Control: Wargaming on Tabletop and Screen, Eds. Pat Harrigan and Matthew Kirschenbaum (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2016)

“Views of the Palace Square” and “French Language Classifieds.” Trans. Nathan H. Dize. The Rio de Janeiro Reader: History, Politics, and Culture. Daryle Williams, Amy Chazkel, and Paulo Knauss.(Durham : Duke University Press, 2015). 

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