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Turabian and Chicago Style

The Chicago Manual of Style is the most widely adopted style manual for publishing across all disciplines. Turabian, a “daughter” format and style guide, is most frequently used for academic research. Turabian is the recommended style for the music department and Alliance Theological Seminary.

Note: Both Chicago and Turabian include two citation style options:  Note/Bibliography (used often in the humanities) and Author/Date (used in the sciences and social sciences).  Check with your professors to verify whether they have a preference between these two options.

The tools below will teach you how to apply the Chicago/Turabian style to your papers.

Chicago Style

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Chicago Manual of Style: An Overview [youtube https://youtu.be/_QJInluARdY]
Chicago Manual of Style (CMS) Formatting [youtube https://youtu.be/goqTTb1d1sc]
Chicago Manual of Style Notes and Bibliography Tutorial [youtube https://youtu.be/920Wt_zNeSI]
How to Quote – Chicago Style [youtube https://youtu.be/Wg2tbqyP5BQ]
Chicago Style Citation – Websites and eResources [youtube https://youtu.be/GfQ-liakga4]
The Chicago Manual of Style: More Than a Century of Style [youtube https://youtu.be/yG63ApHlhP4]

Turabian Style

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Turabian 8th edition (But contact Nyack librarians – Do NOT contact Brad) [youtube https://youtu.be/GmfdhqukHqg]
Citing Websites Using Chicago Turabian Style [youtube https://youtu.be/Z1cm5mHN2Z0]
Formatting Page Numbers for Turabian 8th ed [youtube https://youtu.be/nW-F2zwF_DU]