Don T. Deere is Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University and he previously taught as Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Loyola Marymount University. He completed his Ph.D. with distinction in the Philosophy department at DePaul University. His work on Latinx and Latin American Philosophy, Decolonial theory, Foucault, and Ethics of Liberation has been published or is forthcoming in venues such as Decolonizing Ethics (Penn State University Press), Philosophizing the Americas (Fordham University Press), Journal of World Philosophies, Oxford Bibliographies in Latino Studies, and The Cambridge Foucault Lexicon. He is the co-translator (with George Ciccariello-Maher) of Santiago Castro-Gómez’s Zero-Point Hubris: Science, Race, and Enlightenment in New Granada, forthcoming with Rowman & Littlefield International. Presently Deere is completing his book manuscript, The Invention of Order: Modernity, the Américas, and the Coloniality of Space.
Prof. Deere has one article published in the Journal, namely:
- “Coloniality and Disciplinary Power: On Spatial Techniques of Ordering” (Volume 10, (Issue 2)