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Forces: Decolonization Project Spring '24

Research guide curated for the Forces that Shaped the Modern World Late 20th-Century Decolonization Project, Spring Term 2024

Citing in Chicago/Turabian Style

History courses at Lawrenceville require students to use Chicago/Turabian Citation Style.
In Chicago/Turabian Style, you will need to create two citations for each source:
  • A full bibliographic citation (goes at the end of your paper on the Bibliography page; your sources should be listed in alphabetical order by author)
  • A footnote (added at the end of the page where the source is referenced)
Only cite the information that is available to you. If you cannot identify a piece of the template [e.g. an author or date], leave it out rather than making it up.
For Help with Chicago/Turabian Style: 
For additional help with citation, use the libchat feature in this research guide or stop into the library to work with a librarian. 

Citation and Bibliography Tools

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How to Avoid Plagiarism

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