Citation Guide: Chicago Manual of Style (Notes System)

Citation Guide: Chicago Manual of Style (Notes System)

Writing@CSU Writing Guide Citation Guide: Chicago Manual of Style (Notes System) This Writing Guide was downloaded from the Writing@CSU Web Site at Colorado State University on October 14, 2018 at 11:36 AM. You can view the guide at https://writing.colostate.edu/guides/guide.cfm?guideid=11. Copyright information and a citation can be found at the end of this document. Introduction The CMS style documentation system is used in both the humanities and the social sciences. A bit more complex than either the MLA or the APA, it offers two approaches for documenting sources: 1) a notes system and, 2) an author/date system similar to the APA.

This guide explains the notes system. A separate guide explains the Chicago Manual of Style (Author/Date System). Inserted at the point of reference, superscripted numbers interact with sequentially numbered footnotes listed at the bottom of a page or endnotes listed at the end of the document.

These notes replace the types of end documentation found in both the MLA and APA systems, though it is advised that a bibliography accompany any document containing numerous notes regardless of their location. Check with your instructor on what is expected when you are asked to use this style. This guide is largely based on style recommendations from the 14th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style, however, you may also wish to consult the 6th edition of Kate Turabian's A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996). In it you will find many corresponding or similar documentation patterns.

[Guide Updated Jul 2017] Citing Sources within Your Document (Using In-Text Numbering) The CMS - Notes in-text citation system is simple: It relies on numbers. Unlike the MLA and the APA, no parenthetical information is required. All that's needed is a superscripted number: a raised numeral located at the end of a clause or sentence identifying the content as outside source material. The superscripted number flags the reader's attention to the existence of a citation note bearing the same number located either at the bottom of a page or the end of a book or document. Writing@CSU: https://writing.colostate.edu/guides/guide.cfm?guideid=11 Page 1 of 34

CMS In-Text Numbering Rules CMS In-Text Numbering Rules are as follows: In-text superscripted numbers appear after the punctuation and quotation marks at the end of a cited clause or sentence. There is no space between the punctuation and the numeral. Source material located in the first part of a sentence separated by an em dash (two hyphens) is cited with the number placed before the dash begins. Beginning with 1, each number follows in sequential order from page to page regardless of whether they are footnotes or endnotes.

Superscripted numbers can be created in Microsoft® Word. Superscripting Numbers with Microsoft® Word Select Font on the tool bar Format drop-down menu and open the Font tab.

1. Select the same font, size and style used in the rest of your document. 2. Select automatic (for black) or another color choice from the Font color menu. 3. Check the Superscript option in the Effects section. 4. Click OK, return to your document and insert your superscript number. 5. Once inserted, you must return to the Font dialogue box and uncheck the Superscript selection before 6.

entering any more text. Examples of Notes & Bibliography Formatting Rules 1. Superscript Number Placed at the End of a Sentence Note: In this case, superscript number 1 is an implied reference indicating that the origin of the source material will be found in a footnote or endnote. Writing your way out is how you escape the Penguin Room.1 2. Superscript Number Placed after a Clause Note: In this case, superscript number 3 is an express reference. It includes an author tag, or attribute, naming the origin of the source material.

Calderazzo's "Find the Penguin Room" solution,3 the curious and unexpected response to one of the basic questions many beginning writers ask, is introduced in the first chapter.

3. Superscript Number Placed before an em dash in a Sentence Note: In this case, superscript number 5 implies a reference specific to that part of the sentence which precedes the em dash. What kind of person brings a penguin collection to the broiling slickrock desert5-a simple enough question-is the type of thing that triggers the instinctual curiosity of a seasoned freelance writer.

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4. Two or More Superscript Numbers in One Sentence Note: In this case, superscript number 7 references the source indicated within the quotation marks whereas, superscript number 8 references an entire chapter. Calderazzo's use of Annie Dillard's "write as if you were dying" notion,7 though a grim thought, conveniently closes the opening chapter on finding inspiration, following your curiosity and thinking like a freelancer.8 Documenting Sources Using Numbered Notes & A Bibliography The end documentation in the CMS note system is called a Notes page.

It is a list located at the end of a document or book containing all the bibliographic information needed to find out more about cited source material. Each note is called an endnote.

The Notes page is a selective bibliography and does not include a full accounting of sources related to or consulted before you began writing your document, but only those actually cited. In the case of a limited number of citations, footnotes at the bottom of each page may replace the endnotes. In addition to bibliographic information, each note may contain content that is indirectly relevant to your topic, but which may be tangentially interesting or useful to your reader: your research challenges, conflicting evidence and disagreements among experts, for instance, would fall into this category.

Proper CMS documentation depends on the Notes page. Without it the in-text numbers would make little sense as they would no longer be pointing at any corresponding entries in the end documentation. CMS Notes Page Formatting rules CMS Notes Page formatting rules call for the end documentation to begin on a new page at the end of your document and be numbered accordingly. If your document is 6½ pages long, the Notes page should begin on page 8.

When footnotes replace endnotes, separate them from the body text with a triple-space or a twelve-space bar line beginning flush-left and then apply the same formatting rules as for endnotes. Note: Unless informed otherwise, you can count on your instructor not counting the Notes page in the total page count of an eight page assignment. The Notes page formatting rules are as follows: The title-Notes-should be centered one inch from the top of the first page. Double space between the title and first entry, and all subsequent entries. Arrange entries numerically, not alphabetically.

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Indent the first line of each entry five spaces from the left margin (the normal tab-button default space). Subsequent lines are flush-left. Number each entry consecutively following their initial in-text order of appearance. Each number should be followed by a period and one space. Page numbers are included only when specific passages rather than entire sources are being cited and in the case of quotations. Common abbreviations used to make notes less redundant and cluttered should be identified in a separate list placed between the title and the first entry on the Notes page. CMS Bibliography Formatting Rules CMS Bibliography formatting rules differ significantly from the Notes rules: The title-Bibliography-replaces the word Notes at the top of the page.

Numbers are omitted altogether and entries are arranged alphabetically, last name first, instead of numerically.

The five-space indentation rule is also reversed. The first line of each entry is flush-left while any subsequent lines are indented five spaces. When a complete Bibliography is required, it follows the Notes page. CMS Directory of Notes & Bibliography Formatting Rules Books and Book Parts Journals, Magazines and Newspapers Dissertations and Theses Unpublished Manuscripts and Papers Interviews, Letters and Personal Communications Electronic Sources Digital Sources Audio and Video Recordings Legal Materials Publications of Congress Presidential Documents Government Documents and Publications Books and Book Parts 1.

Book with Unknown Authors Notes Format: Numeral. Book Title-in italics (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication)-in parenthesis, Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages.

1. Washington Post Guide to Washington (New York: McGraw-Hill, 2013), 12. Writing@CSU: https://writing.colostate.edu/guides/guide.cfm?guideid=11 Page 4 of 34

Bibliography Format: Book Title-in italics. Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication-no parenthesis. Washington Post Guide to Washington. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2013. 2. Book with Group or Corporate Author Notes Format: Numeral. Group or Corporate Author, Book Title-in italics, (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication)-in parenthesis, Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages.

2. Time-Life Books, The Age of God Kings: Time Frame-3000-1500 B.C. (Alexandria, VA: Time-Life Education, 1987), 17.

Bibliography Format: Group or Corporate Author. Book Title-in italics. Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication-no parenthesis. Time-Life Books. The Age of God Kings: Time Frame-3000-1500 B.C. Alexandria, VA: Little, Time-Life Education, 1987. 3. Book with with One Author Notes Format: Numeral. Author-First Name first, Book Title-in italics, (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication)-in parenthesis, Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages. 3. Ronald Takaki, A Different Mirror: A History of Multicultural America (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1993), 54.

Bibliography Format: Author-Last Name first. Book Title-in italics. Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication-no parenthesis. Takaki, Ronald. A Different Mirror: A History of Multicultural America. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1993. 4. Book with Two Authors Note: Names must always appear in the same order as found on the Title page of the work being cited. Notes Format: Numeral. First Author-First Name first and Next Author-First Name first, Book Title-in italics, (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication)-in parenthesis, Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages.

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and Garvey, 1987), 89. Bibliography Format: First Author-Last Name first, and Next Author-First Name first. Book Title-in italics, Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication-no parenthesis. Schor, Ira, and Paulo Freire. A Pedagogy for Liberation: Dialogues on Transforming Education. New York: Bergin and Garvey, 1987. 5. Book with Three Authors Note: Names must always appear in the same order, separated by commas, as found on the Title page of the work being cited.

Notes Format: Numeral. First Author-First Name first, Next Author(s)-First Names first, Book Title-in italics, number ed.-when applicable. (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication)-in parenthesis, Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages.

2. Gerald J. Alred, Charles T. Brusaw, and Walter E. Oliu, The Business Writer's Handbook, 7th ed. (Boston and New York: Bedford/St. Martin's, 2003), 116. Bibliography Format: First Author-Last Name first. Next Author(s)-First Names first. Book Title-in italics. Number ed.-when applicable. Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication-no parenthesis. Alred, Gerald J., Charles T. Brusaw, and Walter E. Oliu. The Business Writer's Handbook. 7th ed. Boston and New York: Bedford/St.

6. Book with Four or More Authors Note: Names must always appear in the same order as found on the Title page of the work being cited.

Note entries use the first name first rule for the author and the Latin abbreviation "et al.," or its literal translation "and others" for all other author names. In the bibliography, use the last name first rule for the lead author's name and the first name first rule for all other authors. Separate names with commas. Notes Format: Numeral. First Author-First Name first, et al., Book Title-in italics, (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication)-in parenthesis, Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages. 5. James L. Roark et al., The American Promise (Boston: Bedford, 1998).

Bibliography Format: First Author-Last Name first. Next Author(s)-Initials or First Names first. Book Title-in italics. Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication-no parenthesis.

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Roark, James L., M. Johnson, P. Cohen, S. Stage, A. Lawson, and S. Hartmann. The American Promise. Boston: Bedford, 1998. 7. Book with Author & Editor(s) or Translator(s) Notes Format: Numeral. Author-First Name first, ed. or trans. Editor(s) or Translator(s)-First Names first, Book Title-in italics, (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication)-in parenthesis, Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages. 6. Martin Heidegger, On the Way to Language, trans.

Peter D. Hertz (San Francisco: Harper Collins, HarperSanFrancisco, 1971), 32.

Bibliography Format: Author-Last Name first. Book Title-in italics. Edited or Translated by-First Name(s) first. Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication-no parenthesis. Heidegger, Martin. On the Way to Language. Translated by Peter D. Hertz. San Francisco: Harper Collins, HarperSanFrancisco, 1971. 8. Edited Book/Anthology/Collection Notes Format: Numeral. First Editor-First Name first, ed(s). Next Editor(s) or Translator(s)-Initials or First Names first, Book Title-in italics, (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication)-in parenthesis, Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages.

7. Nancy Buffington, Marvin Diogenes, and Clyde Moneyhun, eds. Living Languages: Contexts for Reading and Writing (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, Blair Press, 1997), 351. Bibliography Format: First Editor or Translator-First Name first. Next Editor(s) or Translator(s)-Initials or First Names first. ed. or trans. Book Title-in italics. Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication-no parenthesis. Buffington, N., M. Diogenes, and C. Moneyhun, eds. Living Languages: Contexts for Reading and Writing. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, Blair Press, 1997.

9. Chapter or Selection in Book Anthology/Collection Notes Format: Numeral.

Chapter Author-First Name first "Chapter Title,"-in Quotation Marks, Book or Anthology Book Title-in italics, ed(s). Editor(s) Initials or First Names first, Page Number(s) (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication)-in parenthesis. 8. John McPhee, "The Search for Marvin Gardens," in The Next American Essay, ed. John D'Agata, 9-20 (St. Paul, Writing@CSU: https://writing.colostate.edu/guides/guide.cfm?guideid=11 Page 7 of 34

MN: Graywolf Press, 2003). Bibliography Format: Chapter Author-Last Name first "Chapter Title,"-in Quotation Marks, Book or Anthology Title-in italics, edited by Editor(s) First Names first, Page Number(s). Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication. McPhee, John. "The Search for Marvin Gardens." In The Next American Essay, edited by John D'Agata, 9-20. St. Paul, MN: Graywolf Press, 2003. 10. Chapter in an Unedited Book Notes Format: Author-First Name first. "Chapter Title,"-in quotation marks. Chap. Number-if applicable in Book Title-in italics. (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication)-in parenthesis, Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages.

9. Susan Millar Williams, "Cross Purposes," chap. 6 in A Devil and a Good Woman, Too: The Lives of Julia Peterkin. (Athens and London: University of Georgia Press, 1997). Bibliography Format: Author-Last Name first. "Chapter Title."-in quotation marks. Chap. Number-if applicable in Book Title-in italics. Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication-no parenthesis. Williams, Susan Millar. "Cross Purposes." Chap. 6 in A Devil and a Good Woman, Too: The Lives of Julia Peterkin. Athens and London: University of Georgia Press, 1997.

11. Book Editions (Second, Third, etc.) Notes Format: Numeral.

Author-First Name first, Book Title-in italics, Numbered ed. or rev. ed. (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication)-in parenthesis, Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages. 10. Stephen Reid, The Prentice Hall Guide for College Writers, 4th ed. (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1998), 124. Bibliography Format: Author-Last Name first, Book Title-in italics, Numbered ed. or rev. ed. Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication-no parenthesis.

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Notes Format: Numeral. Author-First Name first, Book Title-in italics, (Original Publication Year; repr., Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of New Publication)-in parenthesis, Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages. 11. Elsie Clews Parsons, Folk-Lore of the Sea Islands, South Carolina (1923; repr., Chicago: Afro-Am Press, 1969), 135-136.

Bibliography Format: Author-Last Name first. Book Title-in italics. Original Publication Year. Reprint, Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of New Publication-no parenthesis.

Parsons, Elsie Clews. Folk-Lore of the Sea Islands, South Carolina. 1923. Reprint, Chicago: Afro-Am Press, 1969. 13. Sacred Texts Note: Sacred texts such as the Christian Bible, Islam's Holy Qur'an and the Hebrew Torah are generally not included in the bibliography. Notes Format: Numeral. Book Title, Chapter: Verse (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year Publication)-in parenthesis, No page Number(s). 12. Qur'an, 57:4 (New York: Penguin Classics, 2004). 14. Untitled Volume in a Multivolume Work Notes Format: Numeral. Authors-First Names first, Multivolume Book Title-in italics, (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication)-in parenthesis, Volume Number: Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages.

13. John M. Faragher et al., Out of Many: A History of the American People. (Englewood Cliffs: Prentice, 1994), 1:97-102. Bibliography Format: First Author-Last Name first, Other Authors-First Name first Volume Book Title-in italics, Vol. Number of Multivolume Work Title. Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication-no parenthesis. Faragher, John M., Mari Jo Buhle, Daniel Czitrom, and Susan H. Armitage. Out of Many: A History of the American People. Vol. 1. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice, 1994.

Note: In cases where all volumes are used, substitute the total number of volumes in place of "Vol.

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People. 2 vols. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice, 1994. 15. Titled Volume in a Multivolume Work Notes Format: Numeral. Authors-First Names first, Volume Book Title-in italics, vol. Number of followed by Multivolume Work Title-in italics (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication)-in parenthesis, Volume Number: Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages. 14. Louis A. Garavaglia and Charles G. Worman, Firearms of the American West, 1803 - 1865, vol. 1 of Firearms of the American West (Niwot, CO: University Press of Colorado, 1998), 31-32.

Bibliography Format: First Author-Last Name first.

Volume Book Title-in italics. Vol. Number of Multivolume Work Title-in Italics. Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication-no parenthesis. Louis A. Garavaglia and Charles G. Worman. Firearms of the American West, 1803 - 1865. Vol. 1 of Firearms of the American West. Niwot, CO: University Press of Colorado, 1998. 16. Book in a Series Notes Format: Numeral. Authors-First Names first, Book Title-in italics, Name of Book Series, Editor-if applicable, vol. Number- if applicable. (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication)-in parenthesis, Volume Number: Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages.

15. Michael Levine, African Americans and Civil Rights: from 1619 to the Present, Social Issues in American History Series (Phoenix, AZ: Orynx Press, 1996), 42. Bibliography Format: Author-Last Name first. Book Title-in italics. Name of Book Series. Editor-if applicable, vol. Number-if applicable. Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication-no parenthesis. Levine, Michael. African Americans and Civil Rights: from 1619 to the Present. Social Issues in American History Series. Phoenix, AZ: Orynx Press, 1996.

17. Book Without Publication InNotes Formation Notes Format: Numeral-period and one space, Author-First Name first, Book Title-in italics (n.p., n.d.)-in parenthesis, Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages.

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Bibliography Format: Author-Last Name first, Book Title-in italics. N.p., n.d.-no parenthesis. Biv, Roy G. On Learning the Color Spectrum. N.p., n.d. 18. Book Introduction, Preface, Forward or Afterword Notes Format: Introduction Author-First Name first, introduction to Book Title-in Italics, by Book Author-First Name first, (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication)-in parenthesis, Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages. 17. David Lodge, introduction to Emma, by Jane Austen (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1971), 5. Bibliography Format: Introduction Author-Last Name first.

Introduction to Book Title-in italics, by Book Author-First Name first, Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication-in parenthesis Lodge, David. Introduction to Emma, by Jane Austen. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1971. Journals, Magazines and Newspapers 1. Journal Article with Consecutive Pagination Note: Consecutive Pagination means that each new issue of a Journal begins with the page number that follows the last page number in the previous issue. In other words, the page numbers run consecutively from issue to issue.

Notes Format: Numeral. Author-First Name first, "Article Title"-in quotation marks, Journal Title-in italics Volume Number (Year of Publication): Page Number(s). 1. Sterling Brown, "Arcadia, South Carolina." Opportunity: A Journal of Negro Life 12 (1934): 59-60. Bibliography Format: Author-Last Name first. "Article Title."-in quotation marks. Journal Title-in italics Volume Number, Issue Number-if available (Year of Publication): Article Page Number(s). Brown, Sterling. "Arcadia, South Carolina." Opportunity: A Journal of Negro Life 12 (1934): 59-60. 2. Journal Article with Non-Consecutive Pagination Note: Non-Consecutive Pagination means that each new issue of a Journal begins with page 1 and not with the number that follows the last page number in the previous issue, as is the case with consecutive pagination.

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Numeral. Author-First Name first, "Article Title,"-in quotation marks, Journal Title-in italics Volume Number, Issue Number (Year of Publication): Page Number(s). 2. James Clifford, "On Ethnographic Authority," Representations 1, no. 2 (1983): 118-46. Bibliography Format: Author-Last Name first. "Article Title."-in quotation marks. Journal Title-in italics. Volume Number, Issue Number (Year of Publication): Article Page Number(s). Clifford, James. "On Ethnographic Authority." Representations 1, no. 2 (1983): 118-46. 3. Article in a Weekly Magazine Notes Format: Numeral. Author-First Name first, "Article Title,"-in quotation marks, Magazine Title-in italics, Day Month Year of Publication, Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages.

3. Pete Axthelm, "Up Front: America's First Poet Laureate, Robert Penn Warren, Was A Wise and Eloquent Son of the South," People Weekly, 2 October 1989, 46. Bibliography Format: Author-Last Name first. "Article Title."-in quotation marks. Magazine Title-in italics, Day Month Year of Publication, Article Page Numbers. Note: Include page numbers in the bibliography except in the case where an article begins at one point in the magazine and jumps to a different part of the magazine.

Axthelm, Pete. "Up Front: America's First Poet Laureate, Robert Penn Warren, Was a Wise and Eloquent Son of the South." People Weekly, 2 October 1989.

45-48. 4. Article in a Monthly or Seasonal Magazine Notes Format: Numeral. Author-First Name first, "Article Title,"-in quotation marks, Magazine Title-in italics, Month and Year of Publication, Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages. 4. Brad Lemley, "The Underground Architect," New Age, January/February 1995, 10. Bibliography Format: Author-Last Name first, "Article Title,"-in quotation marks, Magazine Title-in italics, Month and Year of Publication, Article Page Numbers.

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Notes Format: Numeral. Author-First Name first, "Article Title,"-in quotation marks, Magazine Title-in italics, Volume Number, Issue (Year of Publication): Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages. 5. "A Passing Race," Canadian Magazine, 71 (1929): 34. Note: When no author by-line exists, begin with the "Article Title" and proceed as shown above and below.

This case also illustrates a magazine with a volume number but not an issue number. Bibliography Format: Author-Last Name first, "Article Title,"-in quotation marks, Magazine Title-in italics, Volume Number and or Issue (Year of Publication): Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages. "A Passing Race." Canadian Magazine, 71 (1929): 34.

6. Article in a Newspaper Notes Format: Numeral. By-line Author-First Name first, "Article Title,"-in quotation marks, Newspaper Title- in italics, Day Month Year of Publication, Edition if more than one each day.-no page numbers. 6. Fred J. Eckert, "An Island of Black Culture," Minneapolis Star Tribune, 2 February 1997. Note: When no author by-line exists, begin with the "Article Title" and proceed as shown above and below. Bibliography Format: By-line Author-Last Name first, "Article Title,"-in quotation marks, Newspaper Title-in italics, Day Month Year of Publication, Edition when applicable.-no page numbers.

Eckert, Fred J. "An Island of Black Culture." Minneapolis Star Tribune, 2 February 1997. Note: When not part of the newspaper title, include name of American city, in italics, along with the rest of the title, as shown here: Denver Rocky Mountain News Note: When city name is not well known, or there is more than one city in America with the same name, include the state abbreviation, in parenthesis and not italicized, as shown here: Ashtabula, (OH) Star-Beacon Note: Follow the title of foreign newspapers with its hometown name, in parenthesis and not italicized, as shown here: Sunday Times (London) 7.

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Notes Format: Numeral. Author-First Name first, "Article Title,"-in quotation marks, Publication Title-in italics, Day Month Year of Publication, Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages. Note: The example below illustrates the cases of a letter to the editor without a title. 7. Peter Connor, "letter to the editor," The Fort Collins Coloradoan, 16 January 2005, 7B. Bibliography Format: Author-Last Name first. "Article Title."-in quotation marks. Publication Title-in italics. Day Month Year of Publication, Letters Page Number.

Connor, Peter. "Letter to the Editor." The Fort Collins Coloradoan, 16 January 2005, 7B.

8. Book Review (Magazine or Newspaper) Notes Format: Numeral. Review Author-First Name first, review of Book Title-in italics, by Book Author-First Name first, Publication Title-in italics, Day Month Year of Publication: Page Number(s). 8. John Chamberlain, review of Bright Skin, by Julia Peterkin, New York Times, 10 April 1932, 7. Bibliography Format: Review Author-Last Name first. Review of Book Title-in italics, by Book Author-First Name first. Publication Title-in italics, Day Month Year of Publication, Page Number(s).

Chamberlain, John. Review of Bright Skin, by Julia Peterkin. New York Times, 10 April 1932, 7. 9. Stage/Theatre Review (Magazine or Newspaper) Notes Format: Numeral. Review Author-First Name first, Review Title-in italics, review of Stage Piece Title-in italics, by Playwright-First Name first, as performed by Theatre Company Name, Location. Publication Title-in italics, Day Month Year of Publication: Page Number(s) and Section Designation. 9. Jana J. Monji, 'Brief' Pokes Fun at Barristers' Profession. Review of Dock Brief, by John Mortimer, as performed by the Fremont Centre Theatre, South Pasadena, CA.

Los Angeles Times, 31 January 1998, Home Edition, Calendar, 10. Bibliography Format: Review Author-Last Name first. Review Title-in italics. Review of Stage Piece Title- in italics, by Playwright-First Name first. Theatre Company Name, Location. Publication Title-in italics, Day Month Year of Publication: Page Number(s) and Section Designation.

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10. Movie Review (Magazine or Newspaper) Notes Format: Numeral. Review Author-First Name first, "Review Title,"-in quotation marks, review of Movie Title- in italics (Production Company Name)-in parenthesis, Publication Title-in italics, Day Month Year of Publication: Page Number(s) and Section Designation.

10. Jack Garner, "Private Life Is an Open Book in 'Enemy of the State,'" review of Enemy of the State (Touchstone Pictures movie), Fort Collins Coloradoan, 20 November 1998, Ticket Section 7.

Bibliography Format: Review Author-Last Name first. "Review Title."-in quotation marks. Review of Movie Title-in italics (Production Company Name)-in parenthesis, Publication Title- in italics, Day Month Year of Publication: Page Number(s) and Section Designation. Garner, Jack. "Private Life Is an Open Book in 'Enemy of the State.'" Review of Enemy of the State (Touchstone Pictures movie). Fort Collins Coloradoan, 20 November 1998, Ticket Section 7. 11. Music/Concert Review (Magazine or Newspaper) Notes Format: Numeral. Review Author-First Name first, "Review Title,"-in quotation marks, review of concert performance of Concert Title- in italics, by Name of composer-First Name first, Perfomance Location, Performance Company.

Publication Title-in italics, Day Month Year of Publication: Page Number(s) and Section Designation. 11. Mark Swed, "Bartok Quartet Honors Its Namesake," review of concert performance of The 6 String Quartets, by Bela Bartok, Schoenberg Hall (UCLA), Bartok Quartet. Los Angeles Times, Home Edition, 27 February 1998, 20. Bibliography Format: Review Author-First Name first, "Review Title,"-in quotation marks. Review of concert performance of Concert Title- in italics, by Name of composer-First Name first, Perfomance Location, Performance Company. Publication Title-in italics, Day Month Year of Publication: Page Number(s) and Section Designation.

Swed, Mark. "Bartok Quartet Honors Its Namesake." Review of concert performance of The 6 String Quartets, by Bela Bartok, Schoenberg Hall (UCLA), Bartok Quartet. Los Angeles Times, Home Edition, 27 February 1998, 20. Dissertations and Theses 1. Published Dissertation or Thesis Note: Include the phrase, "Ph.D. diss." or "Master's thesis" before the name of the degree granting institution. Notes Format: Numeral. Author-First Name first, Dissertation Title-in italics (Ph.D. diss., Degree Granting Institution, Year Granted)-in parenthesis, Institution Location: Dissertations Abstracts International information-if appropriate, Page Number(s).

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1. Marcia Marvin Lavely, A Study of American Literature which Incorporates the Use of the Gullah Dialect (Sea Islands) (Ph.D. diss., University of Mississippi, 1991), 22. Bibliography Format: Author-Last Name first. Dissertation Title-in italics. Ph.D. diss., Degree Granting Institution, Year Granted-no parenthesis. Institution Location: Dissertations Abstracts International information-if appropriate. Lavely, Marcia Marvin. A Study of American Literature which Incorporates the Use of the Gullah Dialect (Sea Islands).

Ph.D. diss., University of Mississippi, 1991.

2. Unpublished Dissertation or Thesis Note: Include the phrase, "Ph.D. diss." or "Master's thesis" before the name of the degree granting institution. Notes Format: Numeral. Author-First Name first, "Thesis Title"-in quotation marks (Master's thesis, Degree Granting Institution, Year Granted)-in parenthesis, Page Number(s). 2. Annie Catherine Hughey, "The Treatment of the Negro in South Carolina Fiction" (Master's thesis, University of South Carolina, 1933), 61.

Bibliography Format: Author-Last Name first. "Thesis Title."-in quotation marks. Master's thesis, Degree Granting Institution, Year Granted.

Hughey, Annie Catherine. "The Treatment of the Negro in South Carolina Fiction." Master's thesis, University of South Carolina, 1933. 3. Abstract of Dissertation or Thesis Note: Format like a Journal Article. Include the phrase, "Ph.d. diss." or "master's thesis" before the name of the degree granting institution.

Notes Format: Numeral. Author-First Name first, "Dissertation Title"-in quotation marks (Ph.d. diss., Degree Granting Institution, Year Granted)-in parenthesis, abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International Volume Number (Volume Date): Page Number(s). 3. Marcia Marvin Lavely, "A Study of American Literature which Incorporates the Use of the Gullah Dialect (Sea Islands)" (Ph.D. diss., University of Mississippi, 1991), abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International 53 (1992): 1501A. Bibliography Format: Author-Last Name first. Dissertation Title-in quotation marks. Ph.D. diss., Degree Granting Institution, Year Granted-no parenthesis.

Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International Volume Number (Volume Date): Page Number(s).

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Lavely, Marcia Marvin. "A Study of American Literature which Incorporates the Use of the Gullah Dialect (Sea Islands)." Ph.D. diss., University of Mississippi, 1991. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International 53 (1992): 1501A. Unpublished Manuscripts and Papers 1. Unpublished Document in a Manuscript Collection Notes Format: Numeral. Description of Document-First Name first if Author included, Document Date, Collection Name, Depository Name, Depository Location.

1. Letter from Julia Peterkin to George Shively, 18 October 1930, Bobbs-Merrill Papers, Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington.

Bibliography Format: Document Author-Last Name first. Description of Document including Document Date. Collection Name. Depository Name, Depository Location. Peterkin, Julia. Letter to George Shively dated 18 October 1930. Bobbs-Merrill Papers. Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington. Note: Make a bibliographic entry for the entire manuscript collection when more than one document is cited. Include Collection name, Depository and Location as in the example below. More specific bibliographic information should appear within the individual citation notes.

Peterkin Papers. South Caroliniana Library.

Columbia, South Carolina. 2. Unpublished Papers Read at Meetings Note: Papers appearing in the Published Proceedings of Meetings may be formatted in the same manner as a book. Notes Format: Numeral. Author-First Name first, "Paper Title"-in quotation marks (paper presented at Meeting Name, Location, Month and Year), Page Number(s). 2. M. Montgomery, "Lorenzo Dow Turner's Early Work on Gullah" (paper presented at the 9th Annual Symposium on Language and Culture, Columbia, SC, April 1985), 3-4.

Bibliography Format: Author-Last Name first, "Paper Title."-in quotation marks. Paper presented at Meeting Name, Location, Month and Year. Montgomery, M. "Lorenzo Dow Turner's Early Work on Gullah." Paper presented at the 9th Annual Symposium on Language and Culture, Columbia, SC, April 1985. Writing@CSU: https://writing.colostate.edu/guides/guide.cfm?guideid=11 Page 17 of 34

Interviews, Letters and Personal Communications 1. Published Interviews Note: Consult The Chicago Manual of Style to format interviews appearing in other print and non-print mediums.

Notes Format: Numeral. Interview Subject-First Name first, "Interview Title,"-in quotation marks, interviewed by-First Name first, Publication Title- in italics, Month and Year of Publication: Page Number(s). 1. Dr. Robert Bullard, "Dr. Robert Bullard: Some People Don't Have the Complexion for..." interviewed by Jim Motavelli. E Magazine, July/August 1998: 10-13.

Bibliography Format: Interview Subject-Last Name first. "Interview Title,"-in quotation marks, interviewed by-First Name first, Publication Title-in italics, Month and Year of Publication: Page Number(s). Bullard, Dr. Robert."Dr. Robert Bullard: Some People Don't Have the Complexion for " interviewed by Jim Motavelli, E Magazine, July/August 1998: 10-13. 2. Unpublished Interviews Notes Format: Numeral. Interview Subject-First Name first, interview by-First Name first, type of interview, Interview Location, Day Month Year of Interview.

2. Christine S. Neuhoff, interview by author, tape recording, Fort Collins, CO., 29 September 1998.

Bibliography Format: Interview Subject-Last Name first. Interview by-First Name first, type of interview. Interview Location, Day Month Year of Interview. Neuhoff, Christine S. Interview by author, tape recording. Fort Collins, CO, 29 September 1998. 3. Published Letters Notes Format: Numeral. Author-First Name first to Recipient-First Name first, Day Month Year of Letter, Collection Title- in italics, ed. Editor Name if applicable-First Name first, (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication)-in parenthesis, Page Number(s) when citing specific portions or quoted passages.

3. Flannery O'Connor to Maryat Lee, 20 May 1960, In the Habit of Being, Letters Edited and with an Introduction by Sally Fitzgerald (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1979; New York: Farrar, Strauss, and Giroux, Noonday Press, 1995), 396.

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Bibliography Format: Author-First Name first. Letter to Recipient-First Name first, Day Month Year of Letter. Collection Title-in italics, Page Number(s). ed. Editor Name if applicable-First Name first, (Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication)-in parenthesis, when citing specific portions or quoted passages. O'Connor, Flannery. Letter to Maryat Lee, 20 May 1960. In The Habit of Being, Letters Edited and with an Introduction by Sally Fitzgerald, 396.

New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1979; New York: Farrar, Strauss, and Giroux, Noonday Press, 1995.

Note: Make a bibliographic entry for the entire letter collection when more than one letter is cited. Include collection name, editor if applicable, Place of Publication: Publisher and Year of Publication as in the example below. More specific bibliographic information should appear within the individual citation notes. O'Connor, Flannery. The Habit of Being, Letters Edited and with an Introduction by Sally Fitzgerald. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1979; New York: Farrar, Strauss, and Giroux, Noonday Press, 1995.

4. Unpublished Letters Notes Format: Unpublished letters (and any other such forms of personal communications) are generally unavailable for public consumption and so a bibliography entry will serve no useful purpose.

Instead, document these types of sources in your notes with an informal description. 4. In a letter to the author dated 25 March 1995, Sandra Nesbitt expressed.... or 4. Nesbitt, Sandra. Letter to the author, 25 March 1995. Electronic Sources 1. Portable Sources (CD-ROM's, Diskettes, Magnetic Tapes, etc.) Note: Unlike online sources which exist on a computer service or network and are subject to continual revision, portable electronic sources are published and released at fixed points in time. The following example is for a non-periodical portable source. The format for a periodical source is slightly different.

Bibliography Format: Author or Editor-Last Name first. "Title."-in quotations (italics if book title). Volume, edition, etc. -if appropriate. [Medium]. Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication.

Sheehy, Donald, ed. "Robert Frost: Poems, Life, Legacy." [CD-ROM]. New York: Holt, 1997. 2. Computer Programs and Software Bibliography Format: Writing@CSU: https://writing.colostate.edu/guides/guide.cfm?guideid=11 Page 19 of 34

Program/Software Name: Identifying Version, level or release number and date-if available. Abbreviated Program/Software Name.-if applicable. Organization or Individual holding Property Rights, Location. Electronic Supplements for Real Writing: 1. Interactive Writing Software Ver. 1. Bedford, Boston. Digital Sources All digital sources should include either a publication date, a revision or “last modified” date, or an access date.

After the date, include a DOI (digital object identifier) or, if the source does not have a DOI, a stable URL. For a source accessed through a database, include the name of the database and any number assigned to the source.

1. Online Computer Services Note: The following source was obtained through the computer service "Dialog." Bibliography Format: Author or Editor-Last Name first. "Title."-in quotations (italics if book title). Print Publication Information. Online Publication Information including Computer Service Name and Accession Number. Note the Italics. Wever, Katharine. "In a Painting, Gershwin Packed the House." New York Times 30 Aug. 1998, late ed.: sec. 2, p. 30. Dialog, New York Times Fulltext 03819774.

2. Online Documents Bibliography Format: Author or Editor-Last Name first. "Title."-in quotations (italics if book title).

[Source Type]. Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Publication Date-or other relevant information if not a book. Accessed Day Month Year. Available from Source Name: URL link. Medium. Bierce, Ambrose. Can Such Things Be True? [book online]. New York: Johnathan Cape and Harrison Smith, 1993. Accessed 28 September 1998. Available from gopher: //wiretap.spies.com:70/00/Library/Classic/cansuch.txt. Internet.

3. Online Databases Bibliography Format: Author or Editor-Last Name first. "Title."-in quotations (italics if book title). In Database Name [database online]. Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Publication Date [update and access dates-Day Month Year]. Accession Number-or other necessary access information Number of Screens. Available from Source Name, Location. "Abbott Announces First Treatment for AIDS-related Infection." In Businesswire [database online]. Abbott Park, Ill.: Business Wire, 1986- [updated 28 December 1993; cited 20 November 1998]. Accession no. 0376540, NO=BW6540. 1 screen.

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4. Article from a Database (Note Example) 4. Alessandro, Pes, “Becoming Imperialist: Italian Colonies in Fascist Textbooks for Primary Schools.” Journal of Modern Italian Studies 18, no. 5 (2013): 609-11, Academic Search Premier (92017350), doi: 10.1080/1354571X.2013.839519. 5. Article from an Online Journal(Note Example) 5. Gary Fields, “Palestinian Landscape in a ‘Not-too-Distant-Mirror,’” Journal of Historical Sociology 23, no. 2 (June 2010), doi: 10.111/j.1467-6443.2010.01373.x.

6. Article in an Online Magazine (Note Example) 6. Jacob Siegel, “The History and Logic of Military Ultimatums, From Suez to Crimea.” The Daily Beast, March 3, 2014.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/03/03/the-history-and-logic-of-m ilitary-ultimatums-from-suez-to- crimea.html 7. Article from a Nonperiodical Website (Note Example) 7. Abby Mendelson, “Roberto Clemente: A Form of Punishment,” Pittsburg Pirates, MLB.com, May 24, 2013. http://mlb.mlb.com/pit/history/pit_clemente.jsp.

8. Citing an Online Book (Note Example) 8. Gary Ruskin, Spooky Business: Corporate Espionage against Nonprofit Organizations (Washington, DC: Essential Information, 2013), http://www.corporatepolicy.org/spookybusiness.pdf. 9. Article Posted on a Wiki (Note Example) 9. “Native Americans,” Davis Wiki, accessed March 4, 2014, http://daviswiki.org/Native_Americans. 10. Citing an Entire Blog (Note Example) 10. Pat McNamara, McNamara’s Blog: Musings of a Catholic Church Historian from Queens, New York, http://www.patheos.com/blogs/mcnamarasblog/.

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11. Citing an Entry or Comment on a Blog (Note Example) 11. Donna Haisty Winchell, “In Arizona, Is It Ethics or Economics?” Argument and the Headlines (blog), Bits: Ideas for Teaching Composition, March 3, 2014, http://blogs.bedfordstmartins.com/bits/author/donnaonbitsgmail-com/. 12. Citing a Email Message (Note Example) 12. Brysa H. Levy, e-mail message to author, January 4, 2014. 13. Citing an Online Posting to a Discussin Group (Note Example) 13. Alessandro Busà to URBANTH-L discussion group, December 1, 2009, http://lists.cc.ysu.edu/pipermail/urbanth- l/2009-December/002761.html.

Audio and Video Recordings 1.

Musical Recordings Note: The elements in the following format (particularly composer and director) may be rearranged to suit your particular purposes. See Chicago Manual of Style for more examples. Notes Format: Numeral. Composer-First Name first, Composition Title-in italics, (Editing Information when available)-in parenthesis, Orchestra Name, Conductor Name, Recording Company Medium Recording Number. 1. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Requiem Mass, K626 (Edited by Franz Beyer), Academy and Chorus of St. Martin-in- the-Fields, Neville Mariner, London compact disk 417 746-2.

Bibliography Format: Composer-Last Name first. Composition Title-in italics. (Editing Information when available-in parenthesis). Orchestra Name. Conductor Name. Recording Company-when available, Medium Recording Number. Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. Requiem Mass, K626. (Edited by Franz Beyer). Academy and Chorus of St. Martin-in-the- Fields. Neville Mariner. London compact disk 417 746-2. 2. Dramatic Performance Recordings Notes Format: Numeral. Playwright-First Name first, Performance Title-in italics, directed by name, performed by performance artist names-First Names first, Recording Company Recording Number, Medium Writing@CSU: https://writing.colostate.edu/guides/guide.cfm?guideid=11 Page 22 of 34

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