Post by: Jenna Dufour, Research Librarian for Visual Arts, University of California Irvine Intellectual Credit: This blog post is based on what I learned watching a “Decolonizing Citations” virtual workshop facilitated by Bronwen McKie student librarian at the University of British Columbia X̱wi7x̱wa Library branch) in October 2020 What Is Citational Politics? As librarians with instruction portfolios, we are often tasked with teaching students about citations. This usually involves contextualizing citation as giving credit to the intellectual work of others, as a way to provide readers with necessary information to locate a specific source, and that the rules for citing are rooted in formatting practices thatRead More →