Friday, October 14, 2:30 pm–4:30 pm
This live event will not be recorded.
Sponsored by the Archives and Libraries Section
Chair: Moira Marsh (Indiana University)
Allison B Chaplin (Indiana University Press)
Willa L. Liburd Tavernier (Indiana University Bloomington)
Mary Margaret Manning (University of Houston)
The politics of citation matter because high metrics translate to dollars, status, and recognition for both individuals and institutions. By the same token, those whose work is ignored and not cited are not going to be as successful. How do we make a more inclusive citation canon for our field? Is it ethical to not cite those whose behavior we find reprehensible? Improving (or breaking) the citation canon touches on how we do research, how we decolonize syllabi, and how journals review submissions.