The Chicago Manual of Style (also known as Turabian style) is used primarily in the fields of history and the natural sciences.
There are two different ways to use Chicago style:
Notes and bibliography is used in some humanities disciplines such as literature and history.
Author-date system is commonly used in physical, natural and social sciences.
**Make sure to consult your professor on which method is preferred for your course.**
Some Helpful Tips:
About in-text citations:
Chicago uses a series of footnotes, or endnotes to give credit within your writing. A superscript letter is used, with the corresponding number at the bottom of the page or end of the book, citing the appropriate source. For more help, use the sources below, or ask us at the reference desk.