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HST 316/WMS 316: Women and Gender in Medieval Europe

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Here you will find citations to the complete Chicago Manual of Style, and the Turabian handbook, which uses the Chicago system. 

Documenting your research completely, accurately, and in a correct format is essential.  Information on avoiding plagiarism is also part of this page. 

Plagiarism FAQs

UMD Academic Regulations and Procedures - Read this passage from your student handbook!

Avoiding Plagiarism - OWL Guide from Purdue - This emphasizes when to give credit to sources and offers safe practices to follow.

Using the Chicago Manual

Historians generally prefer the Chicago Manual style of citation, which is published in the Chicago Manual of StyleREF Z253.U69 2010. There is an EXTENSIVE INDEX that will lead you to the correct way to cite anything.

Kate Turabian's A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers. REF LB2369. T8 2013

I also recommend looking at the Citing Sources LibGuide as it covers the major citation styles used across the disciplines and has some information on how to manage your citations using software.  

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