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The guide has been compiled using The Chicago Manual of Style (16th ed.).
Chicago is a style using footnotes to detail in-text citations, with a reference list/ bibliography of all sources cited, presented at the end of the piece of work in alphabetical order by author.
It is important to give page numbers for in-text citations in the following circumstances:
Examples below show the full footnote for different sources and a shortened version for if the source is cited again. A corresponding reference that would appear in the reference list/ bibliography is also given. It is important also to note in some examples where departments have a particular preference regarding the information to include in the references.
February 2014: 'Reference with Confidence: The Chicago Style' PDF guide has been updated. The guide now includes specific information for History of Art students, as well as revised guidance for English and History students. The revisions have been made in consultation with, and approve by the departments.
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