Citation Guide

Citation

  • Based on Chicago Manual of Style (15th edition, 2003).
  • The number at the end of each citation represents a page number.
  • For second and subsequent citations of a particular source, use short title form: Author, Short Title, Page Number

1. Book

Footnote:
Geoffrey Clark, Betting on Lives: The Culture of Life Insurance in England, 1695-1775 (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1999), 85.

M.J. Heisey, Peace and Persistence: Tracing the Brethren in Christ Peace Witness Through Three Generations (Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2003), 203.

Bibliography:
Clark, Geoffrey. Betting on Lives: The Culture of Life Insurance in England, 1695-1775. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1999.

Heisey, M.J.  Peace and Persistence: Tracing the Brethren in Christ Peace Witness Through Three Generations.  Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2003.

2. Journal Article

Footnote:
James D. German, “The Social Utility of Wicked Self-Love: Calvinism, Capitalism, and Public Policy in Revolutionary New England,” The Journal of American History 82 (1995): 114.

Kevin D. Smith, "A Fragmented Freedom: The Historiography of  Emancipation and Its Aftermath in the British West Indies," Slavery & Abolition 16 (1995): 87.

Bibliography:
German, James D. “The Social Utility of Wicked Self-Love: Calvinism, Capitalism, and Public Policy in Revolutionary New England.” The Journal of American History 82 (1995): 965-998.

Smith, Kevin D. "A Fragmented Freedom: The Historiography of Emancipation and Its Aftermath in the British West Indies." Slavery & Abolition 16 (1995): 101-130.

3. Article (chapter) in a book

Footnote:
Thomas N. Baker, “National History in the Age of Michelet, Macauley, and Bancroft,” in A Companion to Western Historical Thought, ed. Lloyd Kramer and Sarah Maza (Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 2002), 196.

Sheila McIntyre, “Way ward Puritan Minister?: John Cotton, 1640-1699,” in The Human Tradition in Colonial America, ed. Ian Steele and Nancy Rhoden (Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1999), 127.

Bibliography:
Baker, Thomas N. “National History in the Age of Michelet, Macauley, and Bancroft.” In A Companion to Western Historical Thought, edited by Lloyd Kramer and Sarah Maza, 185-204. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 2002.

McIntyre, Sheila. “Way ward Puritan Minister?: John Cotton, 1640-1699.” In The Human Tradition in Colonial America, edited by Ian Steele and Nancy Rhoden,  119-139.  Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1999.

4. Book Review

Footnote:
Steven Stannish, review of One God or Many? Concepts of Divinity in the Ancient World , by Barbara Nevling Porter, ed., Journal of Near Eastern Studies 63 (2004): 297.

Bibliography:
Stannish, Steven. Review of One God or Many? Concepts of Divinity in the Ancient World, by Barbara Nevling Porter, ed. Journal of Near Eastern Studies 63 (2004): 297-298.

5. PhD Dissertation (unpublished)

Footnote:
Shiho Imai, “Creating the Nisei  Market: Japanese-American Consumer Culture in Honolulu, 1920-1941” (Ph.D. diss., Brown University, 2005), 243.

Kevin David Smith, "'In God We Trust': Religion, the Cold War, and Civil Rights in Milwaukee, 1947-1963” (Ph.D. diss., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1999), 213.

Bibliography:
Imai, Shiho. “Creating the Nisei  Market: Japanese-American Consumer Culture in Honolulu, 1920-1941.” Ph.D. diss., Brown University, 2005.

Smith, Kevin David. "'In God We Trust': Religion, the Cold War, and Civil Rights in Milwaukee, 1947-1963.” Ph.D. diss., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1999.

6. Website

Sheila McIntyre, “1677” in “A Chronology of Canadian Postal History,” [http://www.civilization.ca/cpm/chrono/chc1506e.html,] October 3, 2003.