Sheena Wilson is Assistant Professor at Campus Saint-Jean, University of Alberta. She is the author of numerous publications, including Writing After the Gaze: The Rupture of the Historical (2007) and Joy Kogawa: Essays on Her Works (2009). Her research involves an interdisciplinary approach to the study of human/civil rights abuses and minority rights as expressed through cultural representations. She is interested in the relationship between the written word and the image as discursive referents in socio-political contexts.
“Nolan is making evident, both through form and narrative, his criticism of the sweeping radicalization of cinematic work that has privileged the technological wonder of the movies over formulations of innovative and complex narratives that deal with human existence.”