CLEAR has a Citational Politics Working Group, where we work on different concrete strategies to cite differently (more diversely, with equity, with humility, with accountability, more inclusively of different forms of knowledge). Stay tuned for that work. In the meantime, here is a bibliography that got us started and that we continue to build:
- Adams, Carol. (2021). This thread reflects on a recurring problem in discussing the history of #animalstudies, critical animal studies, & human-animal studies. Twitter.
- Ahmed, Sara. (2013). Making feminist points. Feminist killjoys, 9/11.
- Anderson, Jand, & Christen, Kimberly. (2019). Decolonizing attribution: traditions of exclusion. Journal of Radical Librarianship, 5, 113-52.
- Belcher, Wendy. (2018). The Gray Test. Twitter. https://twitter.com/WendyLBelcher/status/1019319858465517570
- Block, Sharon. (2020). Erasure, Misrepresentation and Confusion: Investigating JSTOR Topics on Women’s and Race Histories. DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly, 14(1).
- Cite Black Women Collective. (2017-present). Home page and podcast.
- Czerniewicz, Laura, Sarah Goodier, and Robert Morrell. (2017). Southern knowledge online? Climate change research discoverability and communication practices. Information, Communication & Society 20(3): 386-405.
- Dworkin, Jordan D., Kristin A. Linn, Erin G. Teich, Perry Zurn, Russell T. Shinohara, and Danielle S. Bassett. (2020). The extent and drivers of gender imbalance in neuroscience reference lists. Nature neuroscience, 23(8), 918-926.
- Liboiron, Max. (2020). Exchanging, in Transmissions: Critical Tactics for Making and Communicating Research. Edited by Kat Jungnickel. MIT Press: 89-108.
- McKittrick, Katherine. (2020). “Footnotes,” in Dear Science and Other Stories. Duke University Press.
- Mott, Carrie, and Daniel Cockayne. (2017). Citation matters: mobilizing the politics of citation toward a practice of ‘conscientious engagement’. Gender, Place & Culture, 24(7), 954-973.
- Mott, Carrie, and Daniel Cockayne. (2018). Conscientious disengagement and whiteness as a condition of dialogue. Dialogues in Human Geography, 8(2), 143-147.
- Ni, Chaoqun, Elise Smith, Haimiao Yuan, Vincent Larivière, and Cassidy R. Sugimoto. (2021). The gendered nature of authorship. Science Advances, 7(36), eabe4639.
- Stefancic, Jean, and Richard Delgado. (1995). Outsider Scholars: The Early Stories Symposium on Trends in Legal Citations and Scholarship. Chi.-Kent L. Rev., 71, 1001.
- Te Punga Somerville, Alice. An Indigenous scholar’s request to other scholars. FaceBook notes.
- Tuck, Eve, K. Wayne Yang, and Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández. (2015). Citation Practices Challenge. Critical Ethnic Studies.
- Whyte, Kyle and Sarah Hunt. (2018). The politics of citation: Is the peer review process biased against Indigenous academics? CBC Unreserved.
Based on Jane Summer’s Gender Balance Assessment Tool, (GBAT) the readings of this bibliography are approximately 47% woman-authored.