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Formatting Friday: Turabian

11th May 2018

Kate L. Turabian was the dissertation secretary at the graduate school at the University of Chicago from 1930 – 1958, in addition to being the editor of official publications of the University.

Formatting Friday #1: The Importance of Proper Formatting

16th March 2018

Welcome to our new blog series, Formatting Friday! Every Friday, we’ll be looking at a topic in formatting.

Chicago Manual of Style Formatting: The Basics

7th May 2014

An Introduction to The Chicago Manual of Style For those of you in the humanities, particularly in the fields of history and anthropology, you will eventually become an expert in citing sources according to the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS).

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