Chicago (Turabian) Formatting and Style Guide

“In the entire academic world, few people have had as much influence over the minds of students as University of Chicago’s Kate Turabian. Mrs. Turabian was the dissertation secretary who gave approval to the grammar and research citation requirements for all students at the University of Chicago from 1930 to 1958. The standards she set have come to be known as Turabian style, although patterned parallel to Chicago style”.

(definition from http://www.genuinewriting.com/Turabian_citation_style.html)

Please consider some of the following resources:

Kate L. Turabian: A  Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations

Chicago Manual of Style Online

Galaudet University about Chicago (Turabian) Style

Research & Documentation Online 5th Editio: Chicago documentation style

Chicago Manual of Style: Essential Changes in the 16th Edition, by Holly Monty, MA, MAC, ELS

 

 

 

 

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