Cite It Right

Turabian Styles

Like Chicago, Turabian includes two types of citations:

  • Notes-bibliography style: includes footnotes or endnotes. Usually includes a bibliography.
  • Author-date style: sources are included in the text as author's last name and the date of publication in parentheses. The text is followed by a list of references with full citations.

Note Bibliography Style

1. Author, "Article Title," Journal Title vol,no (Publication Date) : pages, accessed date, DOI.

       2. Author, "Article Title," pages.

Author last name, author first name. "Author Title." Journal Title vol.no (Publication Date): pages. Accessed date. DOI.

Example:

1. Dana Rowland, "Candy Crush Combinatorics," The College Mathematics Journal 46, no.4 (September 2015) : 255, accessed July 16, 2016, http://10.4169/college.math.j.46.4.255.

 2. Rowland, "Candy Crush Combinatorics," 259.

Rowland, Dana. "Candy Crush Combinatorics." The College Mathematics Journal 46, no. 4 (September 2015): 250 - 265. Accessed July 16, 2016. http://10.4169/college.math.j.46.4.255

1. "Article Title." Website Title, last modified date, accessed date, website address.

          2. Author/Corportate Author, "Article TItle."

Author/Corporate Author. "Article Title." Website Title. Last modified date. Accessed date. Website address.

Example:

1. "AHA Speaks Out Against Actions in Turkey." News & Advocacy, last modified July 26, 2016, accessed August 10, 2016, https://www.historians.org/news-and-advocacy.

      2. American Historical Association, "AHA Speaks Out Against Actions in Turkey."

American Historical Association. "AHA Speaks Out Against Actions in Turkey." News & Advocacy. Last modified July 26, 2016. Accessed August 10, 2016. https://www.historians.org/news-and-advocacy.

 

1. Author, Book Title (Place of publication: Publisher, Publication date), pages.

       2. Author, Book Title, pages.

Author last name, first name. Book Title. Place of Publication: Publisher, Publication Date. 

Example:

1. Sarah N. Roth, Gender and Race in Antebellum Popular Culture (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014), 189.

      2. Roth, Gender and Race, 52.

Roth, Sarah N. Gender and Race in Antebellum Popular Culture. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014.

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Author Date Style

Author last name, first name. Year of Publication. "Article Title." Journal Title vol, no (Publication date): pages. Accessed date. DOI.

(Author Publication Year, pages)

Example: 

Rowland, Dana. 2015. "Candy Crush Combinatorics." The College Mathematics Journal 26, no.4 (September): 250 - 265. Accessed July 16, 2016. http://10.4169/college.math.j.46.4.255.

(Rowland 2015, 252)

Author. Publication Year. "Article Title." Website Title. Last modified date. Accessed date. Website.

(Author Publication Year)

 

American Historical Association. 2016. "AHA Speaks Out Against Actions in Turkey." News & Advocacy. Last modified July 26. Accessed August 10, 2016. https://www.historians.org/news-and-advocacy.

(American Historical Association 2016)

Author last name, first name. Year of Publication. Book Title. Place of Publication: Publisher.

(Author Year of Publication, pages)

Example:

Roth, Sarah N. 2014. Gender and Race in Antebellum Popular Culture. New York: Cambridge University Press.

(Roth 2014, 18-19)

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