E07 Citational Politics

Why does it matter who we cite? How can citation do political work? Can citation politics be an act of resistance to white supremacy? How do we invite students to rethink citation as more than mechanics to combat racially biased and other problematic citation patterns? We kick off Season 2 with a minisode on citational politics – what it means and why we all should care.

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Delgado, Richard. “The Imperial Scholar.” UPenn Law Review 132:3, 1984.

Ray, Victor. “The Racial Politics of Citation.” Inside Higher Ed. Apr. 2018.

Genovese, Holly. “#metoo and the politics of citation.” SUSIH. Oct 2018.

Mott, Carrie, and Daniel Cockayne. “Citation matters.Gender, Place, and Culture 24:7, 2017.

Ahmed, Sarah. “Making Feminist Points.” feministkilljoys. Sept 2013.

Burton, Antoinette. Brown Over Black: Race and Politics of Postcolonial Citation. Three Essays Collective, 2012.