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Cite It Right!: Chicago Style Citations

Citation information to be used with the Cite It Right - Got Research? workshops

What is a Chicago Style Citation?

Chicago is a style guide for citations from the University of Chicago . 

Citation style guides show you what information to include in each citation and how to organize your list of citations.

Chicago Style and Turabian citation style are primarily used for research papers in Humanities classes such as history and art although some instructors in other subject areas also use these styles.

Books on Chicago Style or Turabian Citations

There are guides for how to organize citations and what information to include in the citation.

Chicago Style is a style guide for citations from the

Turabian refers to a style manual for Chicago Style written by Kate Turabian.

Chicago and Turabian citation style is primarily used for research papers in humanities  classes including history and philosophy.

Find examples of Chicago Style Citations and Guidelines for Citations

How Do I? Quick Answers to Chicago Style Citation Questions

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Chicago Style Sample Paper with Footnotes and Bibliography

Citation Basics

The Citation. Selleck, Caity. EasyBib, 2014. Vimeo. Web. 15 Jan. 2015.

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