Citational Justice: Why and How to Consider our References
Graduate School Office of Professional Development
Friday, February 10, 2023
159 Wisconsin Idea Room, Education Building
Citational justice is citing knowledge producers based on their identity in order to uplift marginalized scholars. It is particularly relevant to academia where there are imbalances around who is recognized and given credit for their intellectual labor. In this workshop, a panel of scholars will discuss what citations are and why we use them. They will share tips on how to be more intentional in your citation practices & navigating complexities of citing in an interdisciplinary field...