Feminist Citational Mapping as Recovery and Reconsideration: A Methodology for Analyzing Citational Practices
Author(s): Liz Lane, Lori Beth De Hertogh, and Jessica Ouellette
Liz Lane is an Assistant Professor of Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication at the University of Memphis. Her research explores the intersections of technical communication and activism, networks and community engagement, and feminist activism online.
Lori Beth De Hertogh is an Assistant Professor in the school of Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication at James Madison University. Her research investigates junctures between feminist rhetorics, rhetorics of health and medicine, and technology.
Jessica Ouellette is an Assistant Professor of English and Women and Gender Studies and Director of Writing Programs at the University of Southern Maine. Her research areas include feminist rhetorics, digital rhetorics, affect studies, and transnational feminisms.Tags: 22-3, feminism, feminist citational practices, mapping
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