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Adjunct Instructor of English
Adjunct Faculty
The Millard and JJ Oakley School of Humanities, Education and the Arts
B.A., Colorado State University
M.A., Colorado State University

Nich Krause is a doctoral candidate at Middle Tennessee State University, specializing in film theory and the intersections of film and philosophy. He completed his undergraduate and master’s degrees in philosophy at Colorado State University, where his research focused on American Pragmatism and pluralistic conceptions of meaning-making. Nich’s current research explores depictions of fat bodes in cinema, especially the ethical questions that arise from the use of fat suits in contemporary film.

In his free time, Nich likes to watch movies, read books, and think about the nature of existence and stuff.