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Citing Sources: Chicago

Chicago Style

Chicago Style is commonly used in the humanities and some social sciences, including History and some Anthropological disciplines.

Chicago Documentation Styles

Notes-Bibliography System (NB) is, in general,  preferred by those working in literature, history, and the arts.

Author-Date System is preferred by those working in the social sciences.

More information about the documentation styles is available in the Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide.

Check with your professors to determine which Chicago documentation style they require.

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Call Number: Z253 .U69 2017

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