Are we who we cite?: On epistemological injustices, citing practices, and #metoo in academia

Johanna Ennser-Kananen

Epistemological (in)justice, #metoo, Citing practices


The #metoo movement reaching academia and Applied Linguistics creates a need for discussion on how we as scholars react to oppressive ideologies and behaviors in our community. However, this is not merely a question of processing cases of sexual harassment and assault. More deeply, we need conversations on who we do and do not know, read, and cite, and how to make our field more epistemologically equitable. This article hopes to elicit comments, reactions, and dialogue.

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