The Chicago Manual of Style—also called Chicago Style and CMOS—is used to format academic publications primarily in history and some of the social sciences. It is used by authors at all levels and is published by The University of Chicago Press.
The Chicago Manual of Style includes guidelines for how to:
Check with your professor before using Chicago Style and ask them what citation method they recommend for your assignment since there is the notes format and the author-date format.
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