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History: Citing in Chicago / Turabian

Chicago / Turabian Style

Chicago style is usually used in the Humanities, History, and other fields. It includes several different versions for notes, bibliography entries, and shortened citations.

Turabian style is a simplified version of Chicago style with some modifications for the needs of student writers. It includes a notes-bibliography style and a parenthetical citations-reference list style.

Chicago / Turabian Manuals

Chicago / Turabian Style Resources

Use the following handout and websites to find examples for how to cite your sources at the end of of your paper in Chicago.

How to Cite in Chicago/Turabian Style: A 3 Minute Tutorial

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