Joshua Price’s 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, he is following two lines of inquiry.
Since 2004, he has 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.
He also studies the role translation practices have played in the colonization of the Americas. He translates Latin American political and social philosophy and writes about the challenges this poses.
- PhD, MA, University of Chicago
- BA, Carleton College
- Translation Theory
- Violence Against Women
- Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching
After Prisons? Freedom, Decarceration, and Justice Disinvestment. William G. Martin and Joshua M. Price, eds. CT: Rowman and Littlefield/Lexington Books, 2016.
Prison and Social Death. Rutgers University Press: 2015.
Structural Violence: Hidden Brutality in the Lives of Women. State University of New York Press: 2012. Gold Medal, 2013 Independent Publisher Book Award in the category of Women's Studies. http://www.sunypress.edu/p-5375-structural-violence.aspx