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Citing Sources: Chicago

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What is the Chicago Notes & Bibliography Style?

Chicago is a documentation syle that has been published by the Chicago University Press since 1906.The Notes and Bibliography style is preferred by many in humanities disciplines, including history, literature, and the arts. Citations are provided in footnotes or endnotes and are usually accompanied by a bibliography.

"Turabian" style, widely used for decades by students, is essentially a simplified version of the Chicago Manual.

Notes and Bibliography : An Overview

 

Footnotes and Endnotes

What is the Chicago Author-Date Style?

Chicago is a documentation syle that has been published by the Chicago University Press since 1906. The Author-Date style (sometimes referred to as "Reference List" style) is recommended for the physical, natural, and social sciences. Sources are cited using parenthetical in-text citation and full details are provided in a reference or works cited list.

"Turabian" style, widely used for decades by students, is essentially a simplified version of the Chicago Manual.

Author-Date : Sample citations

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