Citational Justice

Citational justice is the practice of interrogating whose voices are represented in the information we consume. As we examine our own and others’ research practices we can begin to identify over and under-represented points of view, perspectives , and lived experiences in higher education. This workshop uses the Kishonna Grey Test as a base measure of who is represented in the scholarly landscape, and who is denied access in higher education and the scholarly discourse. We will then apply the Grey Test in three distinct areas— the global, institutional, and the personal. In this process, we’ll examine the values of citation, look at our own citational ethics, and create new citational practices rooted in community.

Co-sponsored by the Williams College Libraries