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Geography of a DevBio bibliography

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Header banner: Geography of a DevBio bibliography This blogpost was inspired by Jule Weiss’ piece on citation “punk-ing”: “Femmes and queers to the front, bros fall back”; T. Naidu’s work on “epistemic disobedience” (Naidu, 2021), and reflections carrying over one of my previous blogposts. As DevBio PhD students we can help each other critically engage with our field and with its literature and bring about themes of scientific equity and bibliodiversity that are still mostly missing in it.

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Geography of a DevBio bibliography

24 minute read

Published:

Header banner: Geography of a DevBio bibliography This blogpost was inspired by Jule Weiss’ piece on citation “punk-ing”: “Femmes and queers to the front, bros fall back”; T. Naidu’s work on “epistemic disobedience” (Naidu, 2021), and reflections carrying over one of my previous blogposts. As DevBio PhD students we can help each other critically engage with our field and with its literature and bring about themes of scientific equity and bibliodiversity that are still mostly missing in it.

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Geography of a DevBio bibliography

24 minute read

Published:

Header banner: Geography of a DevBio bibliography This blogpost was inspired by Jule Weiss’ piece on citation “punk-ing”: “Femmes and queers to the front, bros fall back”; T. Naidu’s work on “epistemic disobedience” (Naidu, 2021), and reflections carrying over one of my previous blogposts. As DevBio PhD students we can help each other critically engage with our field and with its literature and bring about themes of scientific equity and bibliodiversity that are still mostly missing in it.

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Geography of a DevBio bibliography

24 minute read

Published:

Header banner: Geography of a DevBio bibliography This blogpost was inspired by Jule Weiss’ piece on citation “punk-ing”: “Femmes and queers to the front, bros fall back”; T. Naidu’s work on “epistemic disobedience” (Naidu, 2021), and reflections carrying over one of my previous blogposts. As DevBio PhD students we can help each other critically engage with our field and with its literature and bring about themes of scientific equity and bibliodiversity that are still mostly missing in it.

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