SHARE: Citation Practices Challenge

A project dedicated to critically reevaluating academic citation practices. As the curator writes, Citation Practices Challenge calls on you to

[r]eflect on the way you approach referencing the work of others in your own writing, presenting and thinking. Whose work do you build on to make arguments, describe the field and the problems you engage in your work? Who are you citing, and why do you cite them (and not others)?

Consider what you might want to change about your academic citation practices. Who do you choose to link and re-circulate in your work? Who gets erased? Who should you stop citing?

This site collects a lot of useful resources and projects that support marginalized voices and subjects.


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