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Citation Guide: Chicago

  Oral Presentation

 Chicago Manual 14.217

           See examples below for:

 

  Lecture

 

Notes-Bibliography Style

       1st Footnote or Endnote
           1. Gregory R. Crane, "Contextualizing Early Modern Religion in a Digital
      
World" (lecture, Newberry Library, Chicago, September 16, 2011).     

       Bibliography
       Crane, Gregory R. "Contextualizing Early Modern Religion in a Digital World."  
          
Lecture, Newberry Library, Chicago, September 16, 2011.

 

Author-Date Style

       1st Parenthetical Note
       (Crane 2011)

       Reference List
       Crane, Gregory R. 2011. "Contextualizing Early Modern Religion in a Digital  
          
World." Lecture, Newberry Library, Chicago, September 16. 

    Paper Presentation

 

Notes-Bibliography Style

       1st Footnote or Endnote
           15. Carole Pateman, "Participatory Democracy Revisited," (presidential
      
address, annual meeting of the American Political Science Association,
      
Seattle, September 1, 2011).

       Bibliography      
       Pateman, Carole. "Participatory Democracy Revisited." Presidential address,
          
Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Seattle,
           September 1, 2011.

 

Author-Date Style

       1st Parenthetical Note
       (Pateman 2011)

       Reference List
       Pateman, Carole. 2011. "Participatory Democracy Revisited." Presidential
          
address,annual, meeting of the American Political Science Association,
          
Seattle, September 1.

   Poster Presentation

 

Notes-Bibliography Style

       1st Footnote or Endnote
          
1. Hannah Rohde, Roger Levy, and Andrew Kehler, "Implicit Causality Biases
       Influence Relative Clause Attachment." (poster, 21st CUNY
Conference on
       Human Sentence Processing, Chapel Hill, NC, March 2008), http://idiom.ucsd.edu
       /~rlevy/papers/cuny2008/rohde-levy-kehler-2008-cuny.pdf.

       Bibliography      
       Rohde, Hannah, Roger Levy, and Andrew Kehler. "Implicit Causality Biases
           Influence Relative Clause Attachment." Poster presented at the 21st CUNY

           Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Chapel Hill, NC, March 2008.

           http://idiom.ucsd.edu/~rlevy/papers/cuny2008/rohde-levy-kehler-2008-cuny
           .pdf.

 

Author-Date Style

       1st Parenthetical Note
       (Rohde, Levy, and Kehler 2008)

       Reference List
       Rohde, Hannah, Roger Levy, and Andrew Kehler. 2008. "Implicit Causality
           Biases Influence Relative Clause Attachment." Poster presented at the 21st

           CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Chapel Hill, NC, March.

           http://idiom.ucsd.edu/~rlevy/papers/cuny2008/rohde-levy-kehler-2008-cuny
           .pdf.