[OS X TeX] RE: Ch;icago Manual of Style

Lantz Susan lantzs at trine.edu
Fri Jul 3 23:37:19 EDT 2009

<< However, I do not think that the bibliography in the PDF follows the
Chicago Manual of Style format.   I attached the pdf. >>


There are two distinct formats within Chicago style: one used in the physical and natural sciences and engineering, the other used in the humanities. I know the science and engineering format, but not the humanities one. I would think mathematics woul

In the science and engineering format, the citation format in the bibliography should be as follows for a book with one author:

Author_last_name, author_first_name. Publication_date. Title_in_italics. City_of_publication: Publisher, page_numbers (if applicable).

For books (or articles) with multiple authors, the authors' name format is:

First_author_last_name, first_name middle_initial and second_author_first_name middle_initial last_name.

I have attached a sheet I give my senior design students every fall, so they know the correct formats (in Chicago style) for their final papers.

<< I also have nasty things happening such as figures in the bibliography section. >>

before the start of the bibliography to print any remaining figures.

Susan Lantz

Susan A. Lantz, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Chair, Wade Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Trine University
Angola, IN 46706

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