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Citing Alternate Formats - Chicago Style

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Chicago Manual of Style, 17th Ed.

This guide was created as a resource to assist with citing using the 17th edition of The Chicago Manual of Style and contains some examples from that edition. 

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See specific format types (on the left) for more information.

General Information

These citation suggestions are based on (and sometimes include) material from The Chicago Manual of Style, 17th Ed.

In Notes, replace Edited by or Translated by with  ed. or eds. or trans. Replace periods with commas and put publication information in parentheses.


Original guide compiled by Lorna Cameron
Maintenance & updates by Katherine Penner