Cosponsored by the Center for Intersectional Gender Studies & Research and the USU Libraries, this series explores questions about knowledge, research, teaching, and the academy through an intersectional lens.
Designed to encourage reflection, community-building, and dialogue across campus, these timely conversations examine how we can challenge inequity in scholarly practice. Discussion topics in this series are intentionally interdisciplinary and intersectional in scope.
Cana Uluak Itchuaqiyaq, Breanne Litts, Mario Itzel Suarez, Cree Taylor, and Christy M. Glass
This discussion will explore the politics and ethics of citation. As academics, how, why, when, and whom do we cite, and what is at stake in these practices? Areas for discussion will include representation in disciplinary canons and the undercitation of scholars who are Black, Indigenous, People of Color, LGBTQ+, women, and members of multiply marginalized groups. By considering citation in the context of power and privilege, this panel will unpack what it means to adopt a critical approach to citation in our research, teaching, and scholarship.
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