How to Cite
This project is the product of intense and ongoing collaboration, which makes any attempt to assign authorship in a citation a problematic endeavor. That being said, if your style guide prefers a single bibliography entry for this resource, we recommend:
Derrida’s Margins, version 1.3.3. Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton, 2018. http://derridas-margins.princeton.edu. Accessed 28 May 2023.
And, if your style guide insists on author names, then we suggest:
Chenoweth, Katie, Alexander Baron-Raiffe, and Rebecca Sutton Koeser (eds.). Derrida’s Margins, version 1.3.3. Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton, 2018. http://derridas-margins.princeton.edu. Accessed 28 May 2023.
You will normally also need to give the date on which you accessed the site. We also strongly recommend that you give the version number of the codebase at the time of your access (for more information, see the version in the footer and project technical documentation for information and a change log with features by version.)
Datasets exported from this project are available both as a dataset and as a Zotero library of cited works:
Chenoweth, Katie, Rebecca Sutton Koeser, Alexander Baron-Raiffe, Renée Altergott, Chad Córdova, Austin Hancock, Chloé Vettier, Jean Bauer, Benjamin Hicks, Nick Budak, and Kevin McElwee. 2021. Derrida's Margins Datasets. Version 1.1. October 2021. Distributed by DataSpace, Princeton University. https://doi.org/10.6084/10.34770/2ezk-1104.
Zotero library of works cited by Jacques Derrida (also included in the dataset above).
To cite the codebase that powers the Derrida's Margins project website:
Koeser, Rebecca Sutton, Benjamin W. Hicks, Kevin Glover, Nick Budak, Xinyi Li, Jean Bauer, & Kevin McElwee. (2021, October 25). Princeton-CDH/derrida-django: v1.3.2 (Version 1.3.2). Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5602038.