Answered By: Katie Leahy
Last Updated: Mar 16, 2018     Views: 3

Like MLA or APA, Chicago style is used to cite sources in a paper or project. Chicago style is primarily used in humanities related disciplines. Within Chicago style there are two methods of citing in text:

  • Notes-Bibliography (NB) which uses footnotes or endnotes to cite in-text.
  • Author-Date which uses parenthetical citations to cite in-text.

Use the following resources to assist with citing in Chicago Style:

If you have questions regarding citing, please contact a librarian at the reference desk or contact the Writing Center.

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