Joshua Martin Price

Joshua M. Price is a professorat Toronto Metropolitan University, translator, and socio-legal scholar. He has collaborated in translating two books of Latin American philosophy, Heidegger´s Shadow by José Pablo Feinmann (with María Constanza Guzmán) and Indigenous and Popular Thinking in América by Rodolfo Kusch (with María Lugones). His writing on translation has been published in Target, Translation Perspectives, TTR, and Mutatis Mutandis. He writes on race, gender, language, and violence. His most recent book is Prison and Social Death.
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Translation and Epistemicide

Translation and Epistemicide

Racialization of Languages in the Americas

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