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Chicago/Turabian Style Guide: Home

Chicago Style Guide

The Chicago Manual of Style is a flexible system of writing and citing that can accommodate a variety of sources and is used across many disciplines. You may have heard the term Turabian.  With the latest editions of The Chicago Manual Style and Turabian's A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, And Dissertations these two styles are completely aligned. Turabian's guide is geared toward student writers while Chicago Manual of Style is expanded for professional writers. If you are unsure which manual to refer to, consult your professor. If you need additional assistance with writing, consider reaching out to:

More Help with Chicago/Turabian Formatting & Citations

Plagiarism Resources

These websites may help you better understand the importance of attribution and avoid plagiarism. 

Citations and Footnotes in Chicago/Turabian

Turabian/Chicago Manual of Style uses footnotes/endnotes and bibliography to cite work.  Notes must be numbered sequentially through the text and accompanied by a bibliography at the end of the paper. If you need assistance with footnotes or  parenthetical citations, consider making an appointment with The Hub.  This guide will focus on reference list entries.

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