Chicago is utilized primarily by history, art, philosophy, business, and communication.
Overview for Chicago's Two Types of Citation Styles:
- Quick Guide to Chicago's Notes and Bibliography (pdf)
- Quick Guide to Chicago's Author-Date System (pdf)
The links below are the Chicago citations from the quick guides above broken down based on the publication medium:
- Television and Film
- Periodicals (journals and magazines)
- Electronic Sources (websites, databases, etc.)
- Miscellaneous (book reviews, interviews, and thesis or dissertation)
- A quick overview on In-text Citation and Footnotes/Endnotes as well as Block Quotes for Chicago
- Ibid resource from Western Oregon University
- Online Chicago Manual of Style
- The Owl at Purdue University offers a guide to Chicago style as well as a sample paper.
- University of Chicago Press offers a guide to citation in Turabian style.
- Bridgewater State University offers a quick reference for Chicago and Turabian Style Footnotes and Bibliographic Entries.
If you are intersted in owning a copy of the manuals, we have the links below.
- The Chicago Manual of Style, Seventeenth Edition
- Chicago Style for Students and Researchers, Ninth Edition
- Check out the Formatting Resources page for any questions about Microsoft or Google