A Visual Bibliography
This page will visualize the context, citations, and references that brought this project to fruition. More than just a footnote or a reference to a page, this manner of citation hopes to bring more context of the scholars, positionalities, and pathways of how ideas are created.
Using data visualization tools (this one in particular is using Flourish), such a visual bibliography – a networks of ideas – hopes to bring more context into citation practices. Citations are political, and we hope to make sure that our ideology, methodologies, and politics are clear.
A citation politics reading list:
-Ahmed, Making Feminist Points" https://t.co/oa6yFUh3qA
-Whyte & Hunt, the politics of citation: https://t.co/UDIG1Muo9W
-Mott & Cockanye, Citation matters: https://t.co/jbdE70zWhu
-The Citational Politics Pledge: https://t.co/Y34C1MlGWo
— Dr Max Liboiron (@MaxLiboiron) May 11, 2020
Other sources about the importance of the politics of citation, and the bias that inevitably happens:
- How accurate are citations of frequently cited papers in biomedical literature?V Pavlovic, , , , , , bioRxiv