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Chicago/Turabian: Parts of a book

Help with citing using Chicago or Turabian guidelines.

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Additional examples and explanations for book citations are found on pages 183-184 in A Manual for Writers (2017).

Basic Chapter or Essay in a Collection

Basic Footnote Entry

        Author First Last, "Title of Chapter or Essay," in Title of Book or Anthology, ed. Name of editor of book cited. (Location: Publisher, Date),
Page numbers of cited essay.

 

Basic Works Cited Entry

Author Last, First. "Title of Chapter or Essay." In Title of Book or
     Anthology
,
 edited by Name of editor of book cited, Page Numbers. 
     
Location: Publisher, Date.

Chapter in an edited book

Footnote
 
           Jeffrey Dueck. "Religious Pluralism and the Super Best Friends," in
South Park and Philosophy: You Know, I Learned Something Today, ed. 
Robert Ar  (Malden: Blackwell, 2007), 224-235.
 
 
Works Cited
Dueck, Jeffrey. "Religious Pluralism and the Super Best Friends." In
          South Park and Philosophy: You Know, I Learned Something Today,
          edited by Robert Ar, 224-235. Malden: Blackwell, 2007
 

 

   

 

Another part of a book

Footnote

     Nancy Macdonald, introduction to Graffiti Women: Street Art from Five Continents,  by Nicholas Ganz (New York: Abrams, 2006), 12-13. 

 

Works Cited

Macdonald, Nancy. Introduction to Graffiti Women: Street Art from
     Five
Continents,  by Nicholas Ganz, 12-13. New York: Abrams,
     2006.