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JOSHUA MARTIN PRICE

Professor

Department of Sociology

Binghamton University

Binghamton, NY 13902

(607) 777-5000 ext. 5


Professional/Academic Experience
Effective September, 2016 Professor

State University of Department of Sociology

New York at Binghamton

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


2012 – 2016 Associate Professor

State University of Department of Sociology

New York at Binghamton
1999 – 2005 Assistant Professor

State University of Division of Human Development

New York at Binghamton
Visiting Researcher Appointments/Fellowships
Visiting Endowed Chair in Criminology and Criminal Justice, St. Thomas University (New Brunswick, Canada), Fall, 2016; Visiting Scholar, Latin American Studies, University of Toronto, June, 2015 – June, 2016; Visiting Scholar, Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut (Berlin, Germany), July – August, 2014; Fulbright Senior Specialist, University of Antioquia (Medellín, Colombia), Summer, 2011; Visiting Scholar, James Weldon Johnson Institute for Advanced Interdisciplinary Study, Emory University, 2008-2009; Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Spelman College, Spring, 2009; Visiting Associate Professor, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Fall, 2007.
Education
University of Chicago PhD, 1998 Socio-Cultural Anthropology
University of Chicago M.A., 1992 Socio-Cultural Anthropology
Carleton College B.A., 1990 Sociology and Anthropology (magna cum laude & Phi Beta Kappa)

Publications
Books
After Prisons? Freedom, Decarceration, and Justice Disinvestment. William G. Martin and Joshua M. Price, eds. CT: Rowman and Littlefield/Lexington Books, forthcoming in 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. (Winner, Independent Publishers Prize of the Year in Gender/Women’s Studies)
Book Chapters:
“Serving Two Masters? Reentry Task Forces and Justice Disinvestment.” After Prisons? Freedom, Decarceration, and Justice Disinvestment. William G. Martin and Joshua M. Price, eds. CT: Rowman and Littlefield/Lexington Books, 2016 (forthcoming).
“Towards a New Reconstruction.” (Co-authored with William G. Martin). After Prisons? Freedom, Decarceration, and Justice Disinvestment. William G. Martin and Joshua M. Price, eds. CT: Rowman and Littlefield/Lexington Books, 2016 (forthcoming).

“Translation in the Human Sciences.” Teaching Translation. Edited by Lawrence Venuti. New York, NY: Routledge, 2016 (forthcoming).


“Lingüística, interdisciplinaridade e a análise do poder.” Interfaces com a linguística, Junia Zaidan, trans. Patrick Rezende, ed. São Paulo, Brazil: Pedro & Joāo Editores, 2016.
“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, 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.pp. 241-252.
“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. pp. 79-89.
“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. (Reprinted from Off our backs, Special Issue on Women of Color and Reproductive Justice. Summer, 2007). pp. 406-411.
“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. pp. 91-101.
“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.
“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.
“Hybrid Languages, Translation, and Post-Colonial Challenges.” In Translation Perspectives XI. SUNY- Binghamton/CRIT: 2000. pp. 23 – 50.
[Translated into Spanish: “Lenguas híbridas, traducción, y desafíos poscoloniales.” Translated by Martha Pulido and Constanza Guzmán. Íkala: Revista de Lenguaje y Cultura, 12.18, ene-dic., 2007. pp. 61-93].
“Dominant Culture: El deseo por un alma pobre.” (Co-authored with M.C. Lugones). In Multiculturalism from the Margins Edited by Dean Harris. Bergin and Garvey Press, 1995. pp 103-126.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles:
“Theories of Translation and Modernity’s Anguished Counterpoints: José María Arguedas and Walter Benjamin.” Mutatis Mutandis. 3.2, 2010. pp. 249-275.
“Translating Social Science: Good versus Bad Utopianism” Target: International Journal of Translation Studies. 20:2, 2008, pp. 348–364.
[Translation into Spanish: “La traducción de las ciencias sociales: Utopismos bueno y malo confrontados.” Translated by Servio Tulio Benítez. Mutatis Mutandis. 3.1, 2010. pp. 152 – 173].
“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.
“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.
“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”. Política y Sociedad Volume 38 Autumn, 2001. pp. 229-243.
“Violence Against Prostitutes and a Re-evaluation of the Counterpublic Sphere” Genders 34, 2001.
“Towards a Practice of Radical Engagement: the Escuela Popular Norteña’s ‘Politicizing the Everyday’ Workshop” (Co-authored with Mildred Beltré, et.al.). Radical Teacher, Number 56, Spring, 2000. pp. 13-18.
“Difficult Maneuvers in Discourse Against Violence Against Latina Immigrants in the U.S.” Cardozo Journal of International Law 7.2. Fall, 1999. pp. 277-318.
“Multicultural Cognition” (Co-authored with M.C. Lugones). Phoebe: A Journal of Feminist Theory and Aesthetics, 7.1/2 (1995). pp. 23 – 36.
Translations
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.
Book translation: Indigenous and Popular Thinking in América by Rodolfo Kusch. Translated by Maria Lugones and Joshua M. Price. Duke University Press, 2010.
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. pp. 31-49.
Under Review
“Death Worlds and Research on Jails.” Speaking Face to Face/Hablando Cara a Cara. Edited by Shireen Roshanravan, Pedro Di Pietro and Jennifer McWeeny. Submitted in October, 2014.
“Translation and the Colonial Divide: Caetano Veloso and Frederick Douglass.” TTR Journal. Submitted in May, 2015.
“Citizenship.” (Co-authored with Diane Garbow). Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology.
“Psychic Investment in Cruelty: Three Parables on Imprisoning the Mentally Ill.” Contemporary Justice Review.
“Linguistics, Interdisciplinarity, and the Analysis of Power.” Brazilian Anthology on Linguistics and Pedagogy.
Review: Lynched: The Victims of Southern Mob Violence. by Amy Kate Bailey and Stewart E. Tolnay. Submitted to The Historian.
Book Reviews
Review of 41 Shots… and Counting: What Amadou Diallo’s Story Teaches Us about Policing, Race, and Justice, by Beth Roy. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2009. Reviewed for Peace and Change, 2011.
Teaching awards
University and Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2003-2004. Awarded by Office of Chancellor, State University of New York.
Elected among Favorite Binghamton University Teachers. College-in-the-Woods Council. Spring, 2003.
Recognition for Outstanding Commitment to Student Access and Achievement. Service for Students with Disabilities, March, 2000.
Advisory/Consultancy
2006 – 2012 Universidad de Antioquia International Advisor

Medellín, Colombia Program in Translation Research


2010 – Present Universidade Federal Collaborating Member

do Espírito Santo Programa Quinta habilidade

Vitoria, Brazil
Community Awards
Faculty community scholar, Center for Civic Engagement, Binghamton University, 2011-2012.
“Citizen of the Year” Broome/Tioga NAACP, 2004.
Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Civil Rights of New Yorkers. New York State Assembly. 2004.
Curatorial work
We Come in Pieces: Ocho Miradas Sobre Colombia,” Contemporary Photography in Colombia. Art Mission, Binghamton, New York, August, 2007.
Presentations
Invited
“Translations, Failed Translations, and Epistemicide in Latin America.” Latin American Studies, University of Toronto, March 9, 2016.
“Policing the U.S. Empire: Race, Prison, and the War on Terror” with Chase Madar and Wadie Said. Committee on Globalization and Social Change. CUNY Graduate Center. February 23, 2016.
“Translation and Epistemicide in Latin America” (address); “Translating Social Science Materials” (workshop); “Translating philosophical fiction" (workshop with María Guzmán). Seminário Internacional do Observatório de Tradução: Arte, Mídia e Ensino. July 2-3, 2015, Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Vitoria, Brazil.
“The Role of Translation in the Colonization of Latin America: A Theoretical Overview.” Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut, Berlin. August 28, 2014.
“Translation as Terrorism? Race and the Criminalization of Interpreters in the United States.” Hampshire College, Massachusetts, February 24, 2014.

“Translation in the Americas.” Beijing International Studies University, December 18, 2013.


“Overcoming Barriers: Perils and Possibilities,” Plenary Speaker, International Translation Day, Glendon College, Toronto, September, 2013.
“Traducción norte y sur: preguntas, tensiones y espacios de traducción en América.” With María Constanza Guzmán. Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica, Heredia, Costa Rica, May, 2013.

“Translation and Interdisciplinarity.” Plenary panelist, “Beyond Mediation?: Exploring Translation in the Current Globalized Landscape. Glendon College, Toronto, ON. March, 2013.


“Translation and Colonization” Asociación Colombiana de Traductores y Interpretes, Bogotá, Colombia, August, 2012.
“Translation, Performance, and Epistemicide.” Department of Ethnic Studies, University of California, March, 2012.
“Translating Gendered Violence” University of Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia, August, 2011.
"Detención de inmigrantes en USA - el papel de traductor." Universidad de Antioquia (Medellín, Colombia). July 19, 2009.
“Spirit Murder and the Stigma of Prison” Vulnerable Populations Working Group, Emory University. February 21, 2009.
“Prison and Social Death” Emory University, November 1, 2008.
“Translating Social Science: Good versus Bad Utopianism” Universidad de Antioquia (Medellín, Colombia). July 16, 2008.
“Ethics and Politics of Early Bilingual Dictionaries in the Americas” Transculture Conference, Glendon College, York University, Toronto, Canada, April 25, 2008.
“Raza y género en el sistema penitenciario en los Estados Unidos” [Race and Gender in the Penitentiary System in the United States] Abra Pampa Teachers College, Jujuy, Argentina, March, 2008.
“Abolition Democracy and Intimate Politics.” Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, September 2007.
“Challenges Facing Formerly Incarcerated People.” Unitarian/Universalist Church, Binghamton. March 23, 2007.
“Rethinking Prisoner Re-entry.” Panel Presentation, Center for the Research on Women, CUNY Graduate Center. June 7, 2005.
“The Meaning of Punishment in Plato’s GorgiasTheories of Meaning in Plato’s Gorgias, Conference, Wissenschaftskolleg, Berlin, February, 2005.
“Translating Knowledge across the Disciplines.” Lecture Series with Shai Lavi, Center for the Humanities, Central European University, January, 2005.
“Centering Meaning on Misunderstanding.” Workshop on Theories of Meaning, Center for the Humanities, Central European University, June, 2004.
“A Philosophy, Ethics, and Sociology of Bewilderment.” Department of Philosophy, Central European University, June, 2004.
“Arguedas' Mestizo Reply to Modernity's Translation Theory.” Translation Theory Speaker Series, Translation Center, Binghamton University, March 4, 2004.

“Hacia un contradiscurso de la antropología.” Graduate seminar in anthropology, Instituto de Altos Estudios Sociales and Instituto de Desarrollo Económico y Social, Buenos Aires, October 16, 2003.


“Retórica y Locación.” Department of Social Sciences, University of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, June, 2003.
“Why Doesn’t She Just Leave?” Department of Philosophy and Women’s Studies, Le Moyne College, March 20, 2003.
“The Possibility of Ethics in Research in Response to Workers’ Requests.” Radical Theory and Practice Against Neoliberalism (Conference). State University of New York at Binghamton, May 3-4, 2001.
“Traducción en un contexto colonial: Pensando de nuevo la configuración de fronteras.” Centro de Estudios Subalternos, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August, 2000.
“Antropología y violencia.” Instituto Interdisciplinario Tilcara, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, July, 2000.
“Hacia una contrahistoria de antropología.” Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales, Universidad Nacional de Jujuy, Argentina, July 2000.
“Battered Women and Judgments of Space: Competing Logics of Violence in Domestic Violence Court.” New School for Social Research. May 5, 1998.
“Traveling Theory and Homogenizing Space: The Wheel of Power and Control.” Anthropology Department, Western Michigan University, May, 1998.
“Are the New Domestic Violence Courts Good For Battered Women?” Cardozo Law School, March 23, 1997.
“Dominant Culture.” Interrogating Intersections: Women's Studies and Ethnic Studies Conference at State University of New York College at Oneonta. Winter, 1995.
"Why Doesn't She Just Leave?" Women's Studies Lecture Series at the Center for Multicultural Experience, State University of New York College at Oneonta. Autumn, 1994.

Refereed
“Translating ‘Race’ in Latin America and the Caribbean.” Caribbean Philosophical Association,

University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut, June 16-18, 2016,


“Translation as Terrorism? Prosecution of Translators as part of the ‘War on Terror’” Latin American Studies Association Meetings, New York City, May 26-30, 2016.
“Pseudo-Untranslatables and Colonization.” Beyond Linguistic Plurality: The Trajectories of Multilingualism in Translation. Conference, Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey. May 11, 2016.
“‘Black Lives Matter’ and Organizing Against Incarceration at a Local Level.” American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C. November 18, 2015.

“Reentry from Prison and Justice Disinvestment.” American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C. November 21, 2015.

“Pulcritud and hedor epistemológico in Latinoamérica.” Latin American Studies Association Meetings, San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 27-30, 2015.
“Documenting Health Care Abuse at a New York Jail.” Society for the Anthropology of North America Conference, John Jay College of the City University of New York, April 16-18, 2015.
“Prison and Social Death.” American Anthropological Association Meetings, Washington DC, December 5, 2014.

“Translation and the Prose of Epistemicide.” International Colloquium Epistemologies of the South, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal, July 10 – 12, 2014.


“Translation and Epistemicide.” Canadian Association for Translation Studies: “Translation: Territories, Memory, History,” Brock University, Saint Catherines, Ontario, Canada, May 23th-26th, 2014.
“What If Your Project Fails? Confronting Disappointment and Demoralization.” ”International Conference on Penal Abolition, University of Ottawa, June 13-15.
“Translation and Epistemicide.” Latin American Studies Association, San Francisco, May 25, 2012; International Association of Translators and Interpreters, Belfast, July 25, 2012.
“Social Death, Coloniality, and the Prison Industrial Complex.” Caribbean Philosophical Association, Rutgers University, October 8, 2011.
“Translating Performance.” International Comparative Literature Association (ICLA) conference, Seoul, Korea, August 16-20, 2010.
"Bilingual Dictionaries and Colonization." Latin American Studies Association, Rio de Janeiro, June, 2009.
“Incarceration and Natal Alienation.” Association of Feminist Epistemologies, Methodologies, Metaphysics, and Science Studies Conference, University of South Carolina, March 21, 2009.
“Incarceration and Natal Alienation.” Women, Incarceration and Human Rights Conference. Emory Law School, February 27, 2009.
“Translating Social Science: Good versus Bad Utopianism.” Philosophy, Interpretation and Culture Annual Conference. Binghamton, March, 2005.
“Participatory Research, Prisons, and ‘Public Interest Anthropology.’” Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, November, 2004.
“Trans-Modernity: Translation Theory from the Margins.” University of Barcelona, November, 2004.
“Disembodied Epistemologies and Metonymic Reason.” Ethics and Epistemologies of Ignorance Conference. Pennsylvania State University, March, 2004.
“Rhetorics of Provocation: Critical Race Theorists and Interpretation of Dreams.” Meetings of Law and Society Association, University of Pittsburgh, June 8, 2003.
“Translating Arguedas: Notes in Support of a Postcolonial Critique of Western Science.” Congrès Annuel de la Fédération Canadienne des Sciences Humaines, Halifax, Canada, May 29, 2003.
“Rhetorics of Provocation: Critical Race Theorists and Interpretation of Dreams.” Meetings of Law, Culture and Humanities Society, Cardozo Law School, March 8, 2003.
“Problems of Translation.” Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, New Orleans, November, 2002.
“Notes in Support of a Postcolonial Critique of Western Science.” Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Washington DC. November 28, 2001.
“Language of Governmentality.” Law and Society Association Meetings, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, July 7, 2001.
“Border Derive.” Remapping the Zones of Borderlands: Cultural Practice and Representation, Department of Communications, University of Massachusetts Amherst, March 30-1, 2001. 

“The Apotheosis of Home and the Maintenance of Spaces of Violence.” Inequality in America: The Significance of Race, Class, Sexuality, and Gender, State University of New York at Binghamton, February 22, 2001.
“The Question of ‘Credibility’ in Criminology and the Challenge of Resistant Methodologies.” Law and Society Meetings, Miami, May, 2000.
“The Question of ‘Credibility’ in Criminology and the Challenge of Resistant Methodologies.” Law, Culture, and the Humanities Conference, Georgetown University Law School, March 10, 2000.
“Counterpublics and Discourse by Battered Prostitutes.” Law, Culture, and the Humanities Conference, Wake Forest University Law School, March 14, 1999.
“The Politics of Coalition.” Panel at Commonfire Conference, Tucson, Arizona, February 28, 1999.
“Writing from Location About Violence Against Women.” Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture Conference, Binghamton, New York, April 24, 1998.
“Translating Within Hybrid Languages.” Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture Conference, Binghamton, New York, April 23, 1998.
“The Space of the Social Contract in Violence Against Women: Brutality, Sexuality, and Conceptual Exclusions.” Gendered (Re)Visions Conference, State University of New York at Binghamton, May 10, 1996.
“Rupturing the Apotheosis of Home: Towards a Theorization of Multiplicitous Space.” Gender, Technology and Place Conference, Institute for Research on Women, Rutgers University, March 30, 1996.
“Rupturing the Apotheosis of Home: Towards a Theorization of Multiplicitous Space.” Crossing the Boundaries IV Conference, State University of New York at Binghamton, March 23, 1996.
“Pedagogy and Difference.” Crossing the Boundaries II Conference, State University of New York at Binghamton, Spring, 1995.
“Methodologies of Studying Violence against Women.” Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture Conference, State University of New York at Binghamton, Winter, 1995.
“Justice and Political Education: Conscientización Among Latinos in the U.S.” Eyes on the Mosaic: Inquiries and Explorations in Race and Ethnic Studies Conference, University of Chicago. April, 1993.
Conferences/Panels Organized
Co-organizer. “Citizenship at the Limits: Confronting the Disarticulations of Membership and Equality,” Panel, American Anthropological Association Meetings, Washington DC, December 5, 2014.
Co-organizer. “Decarceration Across New York State.” Speaker Series sponsored by Dean’s Office, Binghamton University. Co-sponsored by the Department of Sociology. 2013-2014.
Co-organizer. Decarceration Across New York State. Speaker Series sponsored by Dean’s Office, Binghamton University. Co-sponsored by the Department of Sociology. 2013-2014.
Co-organizer. “Xenophobia and Islamophobia.” Panel discussion. Co-sponsored by the Mayor’s Office, City of Binghamton, February, 2011.
Organizer, Translation and Colonization. Speaker Series sponsored by Dean’s Office, Binghamton University. Co-sponsored by the Program in Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture, the Program in Translation Research, and Comparative Literature. 2011-2012.
Co-organizer. Translation and a Global Community of Scholars. Speaker Series sponsored by Dean’s Office, Binghamton University. Co-sponsored by the Program in Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture, the Program in Translation Research, and Comparative Literature. 2009-2010.
Co-organizer. Incarceration and Immigrant Detention. Speaker Series, funded by Dean’s Office, Binghamton University. Co-Sponsored by the Program in Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture, and the Department of Sociology.
Co-organizer, Policing, Incarceration, and Militarization. Conference organizer. Binghamton New York, April 23-24, 2010.
Panel Discussant “Translation as Resistance in the Americas,” Association of Caribbean and Latin American Studies Conference, University of British Columbia, June, 2008.
Conference co-organizer, “Beyond the Prison-Industrial Complex.” Binghamton University, March, 2007.
Co-Organizer, Annual Conference of Harpur College Dean’s Workshop Rethinking US Latino Studies. May 3, 2003.
Panel Discussant “Stigma” Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, November, 2003.
Roundtable organizer: “Problems of Translation” Co-Sponsored by Anthropology News. Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, New Orleans, November, 2002.
Conference co-organizer “Paths to Consciousness: A Dialogue on Experience and Taking Positions with Respect to Dehumanizing Cultural Norms.” Annual Conference of Harpur College Dean’s Workshop Rethinking US Latino Studies. April 14, 2002.
Panel Organizer, “Student Activism.” Bridging Communities: A Dialogue on Social Justice, State University of New York at Binghamton, March 4, 2002.
Panel Organizer: “Globalization, Rhetoric, and the Construction of Authority.” Law and Society Association Meetings, Budapest, Hungary, July 7, 2001.
Conference Co-organizer “Radical Theory and Practice Against Neoliberalism.” Organized by the Working Group on Methodologies of Resistant Negotiation. State University of New York at Binghamton, May 3-4, 2001.
Panel Organizer: “Credibility in the Social Sciences.” Law, Culture and the Humanities Conference, Georgetown University Law Center, March 10-12, 2000.
Panel Organizer: “Women and Violence.” Inequality in America: The Significance of Race, Class, Sexuality, and Gender, State University of New York at Binghamton, February 22, 2001
Panel Organizer: “Are the New Domestic Violence Courts Good For Battered Women?” Cardozo Law School, March 23, 1997.
Select Academic Administrative Service
2009 – 2012 State University of Director

New York at Binghamton Program in Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture


2006 – 9 State University of Director of Graduate Study

New York at Binghamton Program in Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture


2005 – 2007 State University of Director of Graduate Study

New York at Binghamton Department of Human Development


Select Additional Service 1999-Present
Advisory Panel, National Science Foundation’s Law and Social Sciences Program, Spring 2015.
University Service

University Undergraduate Curriculum Committee

Representative, Faculty Senate

Member, Awards Committee, University and Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching

Faculty representative, Committee for Graduate Student Conference Travel Research Fund, of the Graduate Student Organization

Campus Fulbright Committee


College

Chair, Academic Honesty and Grievance Committee

Member, Faculty & School Council

Member, Academic Honesty and Grievance Committee

Spring, 2011, Spring 2006, Mentor, McNair Scholars Program
Department

Chair, Faculty Search Committee

Chair, Committee on Academic Standards

Member, Faculty Search Committee

Member, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee

Member, Graduate Admissions Committee


Service to the Community
Director and Founder “Broome County Jail Health Project” Broome/Tioga NAACP, 2004-2009.

Founding Member, Southern Tier Social Justice Project. 2006-present.

Member, Planning Committee, Binghamton Human Rights Commission. October, 2009 – 2011.
Select Courses Taught 1999-Present
Undergraduate

Methods of Social Research

Prison Industrial Complex

Prison Writings

Slave Narratives

Interdisciplinary Approaches in the Social Sciences

Violence Against Women

Women and the Law

Language, Culture, and Politics

Racial Formations

Practitioner as Researcher
Graduate

Interdisciplinary Methodologies

Foundations of the Social Sciences

Race, Writing, and Difference

Language and Culture in the United States

Critical Race Theory

Language, Translation and Colonization

Translation and the Human Sciences

Translating Subaltern Voices
Outside Reviewer
Law and Society Review

Mutadis Mutandis

Law, Culture and the Humanities

Language and Gender

Tusaaji: A Translation Review: Editorial Board

Women's Studies International Forum

Rutgers University Press

University of Washington Press



Texas Tech University Press
Languages
Fluent in written and oral Spanish, reading knowledge of French and Portuguese.



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