FACULTY

Joshua M. Price

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Professor

Office:  LT 302
Phone:  ext. 7-5000
Email:  jmprice@binghamton.edu

CURRICULUM VITAE (doc, 129kb)


On Leave 2015 – 2016

Research interests include structural and institutional violence in the United States, incarceration, gender violence, critical race theory, and the role of translation in the colonization of the Americas.

At present, I am following two lines of inquiry.

Since 2004, I have engaged in advocacy with and for currently and formerly incarcerated people in Broome County and across New York State. This takes the form of collective research, community-university collaboration, and solidarity work.

I also study the role translation practices have played in the colonization of the Americas. I translate Latin American political and social philosophy and write about the challenges this poses.

Cross-Appointments: Translation, Research, and Instruction Program; Latin American and Caribbean Area Studies; Program in Linguistics; Program in Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture; Department of Anthropology; Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Recent Graduate Courses:

  • Language, Translation, and Colonization
  • Critical Race Theory
  • Translation and the Human Sciences

Undergraduate:

  • The Prison Industrial Complex
  • Methods of Social Research

Selected Publications:

Book

Select Articles/Book Chapters

  • "Translation in the Human Sciences." Teaching Translation. Edited by Lawrence Venuti. New York, NY: Routledge. Forthcoming.
  • "Blues without Black People: Notes on New Orleans, Ethnic Cleansing, and the White Imagination." Public Space, Public Policy, and Public Understanding of Race and Ethnicity in America: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Edited by Teresa Booker. Akron, OH: University of Akron Press. Forthcoming: 2016.
  • "A Politics for Our Time? Organizing Against Jails" Beyond Cages and Walls: Prisons, Borders, and Global Crisis. Edited by Jenna Loyd, Matt Michelson, and Andrew Burridge. University of Georgia Press, 2012.
  • "Entry and Threshold: Translation and Cultural Criticism." Translation and Literary Studies. Edited by Marella Feltrin-Morris, Debbie Folaron, and María Constanza Guzmán.Manchester, England: St. Jerome Press, 2012.
  • "Theories of Translation and Modernity's Anguished Counterpoints: José María Arguedas and Walter Benjamin" Mutatis Mutandis. 3.2, 2010, pp. 249-275.
  • "Violent Interruptions." (Co-authored with Noelle Paley). Interrupted Life: Experiences of Incarcerated Women in the United States. Edited by Paula Johnson, et.al. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2010.
  • "Faith in Unity: the Nationalist Erasure of Multiplicity." (Co-authored with M.C. Lugones). Race and Nationalism. Edited by Linda Alcoff and Mariana Ortega. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2009.
  • "Translating Social Science: Good versus Bad Utopianism" Target: International Journal of Translation Studies. 20:2, 2008, pp. 348–364.
  • "Participatory Research as Disruptive? A Report on a Conflict in Social Science Paradigms at a Criminal Justice Agency Promoting Alternatives to Incarceration." Contemporary Justice Review. 11:4, 2008. pp. 387-412.
  • "Hidden Asymmetries: The Role of Bilingual Dictionaries in Spanish Colonialism in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries." Canada and the Americas: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Transculturality. Edited by Afef Benessaieh. Toronto: Antares. 2008. pp. 131-142.
  • "Miradas de contrapunto sobre Colombia: notas desde el norte sobre una exposición de fotografía colombiana contemporánea." Translated by Joshua Price and Constanza Guzmán. Revista Pensamiento y Acción. Cuarta Época 9.15. Jul.-Dic. 2008. pp. 25-36.
  • "Critical Race Theory's Dream Narratives -- A Method for an Anti-Racist Social Science?" In Studies in Law, Politics, and Society 32. Edited by Austin Sarat and Patricia Ewick. London: Elsevier Publishers, 2004. pp. 39 – 77.
  • "Encuentros and Desencuentros: Reflections on the LatCrit Gathering in Latin America" (Co-authored with M.C. Lugones). Florida Journal of International Law. 16.3, summer, 2004. pp. 743–752.
  • "The Inseparability of Race, Class, and Gender: Response to Antonia Darder and Rodolfo D. Torres." (Co-authored with M.C. Lugones). Latino Studies 1.2, July, 2003. pp. 329 – 332.
  • "Problems of Translation in Post-Colonial Thinking" (Co-authored with M.C. Lugones). Anthropology News, April, 2003. pp. 7&9.
  • "The Apotheosis of Home and the Maintenance of Spaces of Violence" Hypatia 17.4, Fall, 2002. pp. 39-70.
  • "Hacía una contra-historia de antropología" Translated by Mónica Cornejo Valle. Política y Sociedad Volume 38Autumn, 2001. pp. 229-243.
  • "Violence Against Prostitutes and a Re-evaluation of the Counterpublic Sphere" Genders 34, 2001.
  • "Hybrid Languages, Translation, and Post-Colonial Challenges." In Translation Perspectives XI. SUNY- Binghamton/CRIT: 2000. pp. 23 – 50.

Translations

  • Book translation: Indigenous and Popular Thinking in América by Rodolfo Kusch. Translated by Maria Lugones and Joshua M. Price. Duke University Press, 2010.
  • Book translation: Heidegger´s Shadow by José Pablo Feinmann. Translated by Joshua M. Price and María Constanza Guzmán. Texas: Texas Tech University Press, forthcoming in 2016.
  • Article Translation: "Language, Experience and Identity: Joan W. Scott and the Theoretical Reorientation in Historical Studies." By Miguel A. Cabrera. Translated by María Constanza Guzmán and Joshua M. Price. The Question of Gender: Joan W. Scott's Critical Feminism. Edited by Judith Butler and Elizabeth Weed. Indiana University Press, 2011.

COMMUNITY AWARDS

  • "Citizen of the Year" Broome/Tioga NAACP, 2004.
  • Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Civil Rights of New Yorkers. New York State Assembly. 2004.

TEACHING AWARDS

  • University and Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2003-2004. Awarded by Office of Chancellor, State University of New York.
  • Recognition for Outstanding Commitment to Student Access and Achievement. Service for Students with Disabilities, March, 2000.

 

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