How can we cite differently to create the academic world we hope for? As a primary academic currency, citations play a central role in reproducing systems of power. Who we cite, what we cite, and how we cite them aren’t just questions of formatting or the stuff style guides, but rather are political acts. Join us for a conversation about how citational practices might work towards change.
Christina Crespo has been a member of CLEAR (Civic Laboratory for Environmental Action Research) since 2020. She is a PhD candidate in Integrative Conversation & Anthropology and an instructor for the Institute for Women’s Studies at the University of Georgia. Her research explores how scientists imagine and enact science otherwise, to foster more equitable practices and processes. In particular, she is interested in how practicing feminist science shapes how knowledge is produced and how scientists are made.