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Global Slavery: HIST 0861

Chicago Manual of Style

Chicago Citation Style Tips

The Chicago Manual of Style requires both footnotes and a bibliography. These entries are formatted differently. 

Create footnotes using the References tab in Microsoft Word or the Insert tab in Google docs.

Sample Footnote: 

1. Beate Fieseler, Michaela M. Hampf, and Jutta Schwarzkopf, "Gendering Combat: Military Women's Status in Britain, the United States, and the Soviet Union during the Second World War" Women's Studies International Forum 47, Part A (November-December 2014): 115, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wsif.2014.06.011.

If you reuse the same source in your paper, you should use shortened notes after the first entry.

Sample Shortened Note:

Fieseler, Hampf, and Schwarzkopf, "Gendering Combat," 117.

Sample Bibliography Entry:

Fieseler, Beate, Michaela M. Hampf, and Jutta Schwarzkopf. "Gendering Combat: Military Women's Status in Britain, the United States, and the Soviet Union during the Second World War." Women's Studies International Forum 47, Part A (November-December 2014): 115-126. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wsif.2014.06.011.

(The lines after the first should be indented in your bibliography)