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Citations: Chicago/Turabian Style

Learn what a citation is, how to read a citation and how to create APA, ASA, MLA, and Chicago style citations.

Who Uses Chicago/Turabian?

Chicago Style (CMS) is often used in the humanities. “Turabian” is a student-focused version of Chicago Style and is described in Kate Turabian’s book Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations. Check with your professor if you’re unsure about which style to use. 

Chicago/Turabian Style Guides

Online Chicago/Turabian Style Resources

The following online resources may assist you in creating your Chicago or Turabian Syle citations and resource lists.

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