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AAST 340/HIST 321: Race, Violence, and Memory in American History (Crabtree): Chicago/Turabian

This is the guide will provide resources for the course AAST 340/HIST 321: Race, Violence, and Memory in American History

History is the main department using Chicago Style. It should be noted Turabian is an undergraduate version of the Chicago Manual.

Guides


http://csl.cofc.edu/labs/writing-lab/index.php

Located in Room 107 within the Center for Student Learning in Addlestone Library, Peer consultants in the Writing Lab assists students in the writing process. The current schedule is posted on the Writing Lab website.

Chicago/ Turabian Notation and Citation Examples

For more examples and variations of notations and bibliographic citations, please refer to the Chicago Manual of Style Quick Guide.

The above examples have been taken from the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition, section 14.18. 

For more examples and variations of notations and bibliographic citations, please refer to the Chicago Manual of Style: Quick Guide.​

For more examples and variations of notations and bibliographic citations, please refer to the Chicago Manual of Style: Quick Guide.

For more examples and variations of notations and bibliographic citations, please refer to the Chicago Manual of Style: Quick Guide.​