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Workshop Resources: Politics & Practice of Citation

This guide contains resources to complement various workshops offered for Divinity students

Citation is Politcal


Slide by Dr. Marika Rose, University of Winchester

Scholarship is a conversation

Whose voices are being heard?

Whose voices are you, as an author, amplifying or silencing?

Beware of tokenism--consider PILLAGING or USE versus ENGAGEMENT 

As a scholar, YOU have the power to create more inclusive ‘canons’ or bring other important voices to the fore

Anatomy of a Citation