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Writing 131 (Ruiz): Chicago/Turabian

Journal Production

Style by Discipline

Chicago style is usually used in the Humanities, History, and other fields. It includes several different versions for notes, bibliography entries, and shortened citations.

Turabian style is a simplified version of Chicago style with some modifications for the needs of student writers. It includes a notes-bibliography style and a parenthetical citations-reference list style.

 

Chicago / Turabian Examples

Examples are for Bibliography, using Notes-Bibliography style. See references to the left for more information on other styles in Chicago.