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Classical & Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations

Highlighting Gelman's rich resources for classical studies & archaeology.

Citation Help!

Citation Managers let you

  • Import citations from the catalog and databases
  • Store and organize citations
  • Add research notes
  • Format in-text citations
  • Create bibliographies in different citation styles

Citation Style Guides show you how to

  • Document the sources you are using in your work
  • Create citations manually for all types of sources
  • Embed quotations and paraphrases properly in your text

Chicago and Turabian style

The Chicago style presents two types of citation style: humanities style and an author-date system. Chicago style is the basis of Turabian style; i.e. Turabian is a shorter version of Chicago.

Chicago Style Guides Available in The Gelman Library System 

The Chicago Manual of Style
Multiple copies available in Gelman Reference, Ready Reference, Reserves, Mt. Vernon, and the Virginia Campus: Z 253 .U69

Turabian Style Guides Available in The Gelman Library System 

A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations : Chicago Style for Students and Researchers
Multiple copies available in Gelman Ready Reference, Mt. Vernon, and the Virginia Campus: LB 2369 .T8 2007

Chicago & Turabian Style Resources on the Internet

 

Religious Studies

SBL Handbook of Style for ancient Near Eastern, Biblical, and Early Christian Studies.
Location: REF PN147 .S26 1999
Published by the Society of Biblical Literature


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