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Evolution of Human Thought: Writing and Citing

This is a course guide for Honors 15.

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 print

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 print

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 Online

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
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