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Classical Studies: Citing Your Sources

Resources to assist students and faculty in the Classical Studies Minor

Why do you need to cite?

Not sure why you need to bother with citations?  Plagiarism is stealing and is very serious.  Read about it at Plagiarism.org

Citation Helpers

Parts of a citation

Each citation, no matter what type of source you are citing, will contain some information about what it is, who created it, and when it was created.

 

For Books:

  • Author(s) or Editor(s)
  • Title (don't forget subtitles!)
  • Edition (if there is more than one)
  • Publication Date
  • Publisher
  • Place of Publication

For Articles:

  • Author(s)
  • Title of Article(don't forget subtitles!)
  • Title of Journal in which the article appears
  • Publication Date
  • Volume and Issue numbers
  • Page numbers

For Websites:

  • Author(s), Editor(s), or Organization responsible for content
  • Title of website or article 
  • Creation, publication, or revision date
  • Date accessed
  • URL (if a persistent URL is available, use it)

 

Chicago Manual of Style Online

Copley now has the Chicago Manual of Style online.

Chicago Style

 

 

Check the catalog for availability.

MLA Style

  • MLA Formatting and Style Guide
  • Print manuals can be found in several editions in the Reference sections of Copley Library and the Legal Research Center, at the Copley Library reference desk, in the Copley book stacks, and on permanent reserve at Copley Library.  Check the catalog for availability.