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A Workshop on Feminist Citational Politics & Practice

REGISTER:
Use bit.ly/CitationWorkshop.
*open to UCI undergraduates.
Students in GSS 197 Senior Seminar are required to attend.

WHEN: APRIL 12th 11AM-12:30PM
WHERE: Anteater Learning Pavilion 2500

Please join the Department of Gender & Sexuality Studies for

*the feminist ethics of the footnote

A Workshop on Feminist Citational Politics & Practice

the “how-to” & the “why” of citing your sources

organized by
Dr. Jeanne Scheper, Associate Professor
Dr. Emily Thuma, Assistant Professor and Undergraduate Director
Department of Gender & Sexuality Studies
REGISTER:
Use bit.ly/CitationWorkshop.
*open to UCI undergraduates.
Students in GSS 197 Senior Seminar are required to attend.

For more information, please contact: jscheper@uci.edu

In this workshop we will:

- Learn best practices for citation (Nuts and bolts “how to” of citing sources).
- Discuss the larger feminist ethical and political implications of citational practices.
- Explore movements for social change like #CiteBlackWomen and the “Citation Practices Challenge.”
- Collectively contribute to draft guidelines for Feminist Citational Best Practices for UCI GSS majors and minors.

You are encouraged to explore the following online resources before the workshop:

1. “Citation Practices Challenge,” Critical Ethnic Studies Journal, April 2015. Organized by Eve Tuck, K. Wayne Yang, Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández
http://www.criticalethnicstudiesjournal.org/citation-practices/
1a. Citation Practices tumblr https://citationpractices.tumblr.com/
2. Sarah Ahmad, “Making Feminist Points” blogpost
https://feministkilljoys.com/2013/09/11/making-feminist-points/
3. Cite Black Women. On Twitter
https://twitter.com/citeblackwomen?lang=en
3a. Cite Black Women Collective inaugural podcast
https://soundcloud.com/user-211649525/season-1-episode-0-we-are-the-cite-black-women-collective?platform=hootsuite