[OS X TeX] RE: Ch;icago Manual of Style
napaxton at fas.harvard.edu
Sat Jul 4 11:28:20 EDT 2009
More technically, the two distinct styles are for "in-text citations
with a reference list" (often used in the natural and social sciences)
and one for "footnotes and bibliography" (more generally used in the
humanities and occasionally in the social sciences). Chicago makes a
distinction between the style of documentation rather than one based
on subject material.
Nathan A. Paxton
Dept. of Government, Harvard University
John Winthrop House, Harvard University
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On 3 Jul 2009, at 11:37 PM, Lantz Susan wrote:
> << However, I do not think that the bibliography in the PDF follows
> 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
> 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
> << 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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