Chicago style, created by the University of Chicago, is the primary citation style used for papers in history.
Every paper written in Chicago/Turabian style has the same basic structural elements.
A paper in Chicago/Turabian style has a title page that follows specific formatting rules.
In Chicago style, headings are used to organize your writing and give it a hierarchical organization.
In Chicago style, format quotations of more than five lines as block quotations.
Chicago/Turabian style has specific rules for formatting tables and figures.
In Chicago NB style, the sources you cite in your paper are listed at the end in the bibliography.
In Chicago/Turabian NB style, there are different formats for citations in your bibliography depending on the type of source you are citing.
In Chicago/Turabian Notes and Bibliography style, use footnotes or endnotes for citing sources in text.
Different source types require different citation information when being cited in footnotes.
In Chicago Author–Date style, the sources you cite in your paper are listed at the end in the References section.
In Chicago/Turabian style, there are different formats for citing sources at the end of your paper depending on the type of source.
In Chicago/Turabian Author–Date style, in-text citations follow strict formatting rules.