As part of the Learning Community, "Citational Practice as Critical Feminist Pedagogy," Diana and Cat invited participants to contribute to a collaborative bibliography for further reading on citational practice. This bibliography is a non-exhaustive list of print and digital resources that deal with the political, ethical, and pedagogical implications of citational practice. We welcome suggestions for further reading from the users of TCP: if you have suggestions, please indicate them by using the comment box.

Ahmed, Sara (2013) “Making Feminist Points,” feministkilljoys [blog post]

Ahmed, Sara. (2017). Living a feminist life. Duke University Press.

Chatterjee, Ronjaunee, Christoff, Alicia, and Wong, Amy, eds. (2020) “Undisciplining Victorian Studies.” A special issue of Victorian Studies 62, no. 3.

“Citation as a Critical Practice,” Utah State University [video-recorded panel]

Cite Black Women Collective [website]

  • The Collective also has a Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and podcast series

Colgan, Jeff (2017) “Gender Bias in International Relations Graduate Education? New Evidence from Syllabi,” in PS: Political Science and Politics 50(02): 456-460. [article]

Crenshaw, Kimberlé. (1989). Demarginalizing the intersection of race and sex: a Black feminist critique of antidiscrimination doctrine, feminist theory and antiracist politics. University of Chicago Legal Forum 1(8), 31.

Dworkin, Linn, Teich, Zurn, Shinohara, and Bassett (2020) “The Extent and Drivers of Gender Imbalance in Neuroscience Reference Lists,” Nature Neuroscience [article]

Freire, Paolo. (2018). Pedagogy of the oppressed: 50th anniversary edition. Bloomsbury Publishing USA.

Gaztambide-Fernández, R., Tuck, E., Yang, K. (April 2015). Citation Practices.

Germano, William and Nicholls, Kit (2020) Syllabus: The Remarkable, Unremarkable Document That Changes Everything [book] 

  • Check out the CTL’s recent interview with Germano and Nicholls on the “Dead Ideas in Teaching & Learning” podcast!

Jordan-Young, R. & Karkazis, K. (2019). Testosterone: An unauthorized biography. Harvard University Press.

McGregor, Hannah (2019) “Citing Your Sources,”  24 min. podcast 3.21 on Secret Feminist Agenda [podcast]

McKittrick, Katherine. Dear Science and Other Stories. Durham: Duke University Press, 2021. 

Mott, Carrie and Cockayne, Daniel (2017) “Citation matters: mobilizing the politics of citation toward a practice of ‘conscientious engagement’, in Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography [article]

Peiser, Megan. “We Have Always Been Here: Indigenous Scholars in/and Eighteenth-Century Studies.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 33, no. 2 (Winter 2021): 181-188. 

“The Politics of Citation,” Digital Feminist Collective [blog post] 

Tompkins, Kyla Wazana (2016) “We Aren’t Here to Learn What We Already Know,” Avidly [essay] 

Todd, Zoe. “An Indigenous Feminist’s Take on the Ontological Turn: ‘Ontology’ Is Just Another Word For Colonialism.” Journal of Historical Sociology 29, no. 1 (March 2016): 4–22.

Zurn, Bassett, and Rust (2020) “The Citation Diversity Statement: A Practice of Transparency, a Way of Life,” Cell Press Reviews: 669-72 [article]

Zuroski, E. (2020, January 27). ‘Where do you know from?’: An exercise in placing ourselves 

together in the classroom. Maifeminism.