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ANT 112 - Northwest - Exploring Non-Western Cultures: Chicago Style

Research guide for ANT 112 students at the NW Campus.

Which Chicago Style Do I Use?

Chicago Style has two distinct formats for citing sources. Ask your instructor which format you should use:

The Notes-Bibliography system is used in humanites subjects (including literature, history and the arts), and uses either footnotes or endnotes and a Bibliography.

The Author-Date system is generally used in the physical, natural and social sciences.  It uses parenthetical citations in-text, with a Reference List at the end of the paper.

For either system, you must include all sources used in your research.