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HIS 430 - Teaching and Learning Government and Economics: Print

Key

Examples show formatting for footnote/endnote first, followed by bibliographic entry.  Examples for different types of resources are given as follows:

  • Books
  • Journal Articles
  • Newspapers
  • Magazines

Books

With One Author

          ¹Martha Elizabeth Hodes, The Sea Captain’s Wife: A True Story of
Love, Race,and War in the Nineteenth Century
(New York: Norton,
2006), 35.

Hodes, Martha Elizabeth. The Sea Captain’s Wife: A True Story of Love, Race, and
         War in the Nineteenth-Century
. New York: Norton, 2006.

 
With Two or Three Authors

        ²Linda S. Peavy and Ursula Smith. Women in Waiting in the Western
Movement: Life on the Home Frontier
(Norman: University of Oklahoma Press,
1994), 145.


Peavy, Linda S. and Ursula Smith. Women in Waiting in the Western Movement:
          Life on the Home Frontier.
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press,
         1994.


With More Than Three Authors

         ³Phyllis L. Brodsky et al., The Control of Childbirth: Women Versus Medicine
Through the Ages
(Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., 2008), 208.

 

Brodsky, Phyllis L., Mary Smith, Jane Doe, and Agnes McCloskey. The
         Control of Childbirth: Women Versus Medicine Through the Ages.
         Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., 2008.

Please note: If the work has more than thee authors, you may use et al. in the footnote, but all authors must be listed in the Bibliography.

 

With an Editor & Edition Statement

         ¹Michael Gordon, ed., The American Family in Social-Historical
Perspective
, 2nd ed. (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1978), 245. 


Gordon, Michael, ed. The American Family in Social-Historical Perspective.
          2nd ed. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1978.

 

Rules for Place of Publication

If there are two or more cities listed for the publisher, list only the first.

If the city of publication might be unknown to the readers or it might be confused with another city of the same name, include the abbreviation of the state. For example:

            Cambridge, MA: MIT Press

When the publisher’s name includes the state name, no state abbreviation is needed. For example:

            Laramie: University of Wyoming Press

If there is no place of publication, you may use: N.d.

If there is no date, you may use: n.d.

You may use abbreviations, such as Inc., Ltd., and Co.

Journal Articles

Journal Article

       ¹Carroll Smith-Rosenberg, "The Female World of Love and Ritual:
Relations Between Women in Nineteenth-Century America," Signs 1,
no. 1 (1975): 1-30.

 
 

Smith-Rosenberg, Carroll. "The Female World of Love and Ritual:
       Relations Between Women in Nineteenth-Century America."
         Signs 1, no.1 (1975): 1-30.

 

 

       ²Joan M. Jensen and Darlis A. Miller, “The Gentle Tamers Revisited:
New Approaches to the History of Women in the American West,"
Pacific Historical Review 49, no. 2 (1980): 173-213.

  Jensen, Joan M., and Darlis A. Miller. "The Gentle Tamers Revisited: New
         Approaches to the History of Women in the American West." Pacific
         Historical Review 49, no. 2 (1980): 173-213.


       

Newspapers

With an Author

 

        ¹Smith, John, “Women Gather for Education,” Helena (MT) Independent,

December 4, 1889.

      

 Without an Author

 

       ²“Montana: Same Sex Parental Rights,” New York Times, October 1, 2008,

late edition, sec. A. 

 

Please note:  An individual newspaper is typically not listed in your bibliography unless you refer to it often or it is central to your argument.  If you do list an article in your bibliography, it should look like this:

 

Smith, John. “Women Gather for Education.” Helena (MT) Independent,

         December 4, 1889.

Magazines

Article Published Monthly

 

          ¹Amy B. Barsanti, “A Collage of Western Women,” OAH

Magazine of History, November 2005, 42.

 

Barsanti, Amy B. “A Collage of Western Women.” OAH Magazine of History,

November 2005, 41-43.

 

Article Published Weekly

 

           ²Sonya Jason, “From Gunpowder Girl to Working Woman,” Newsweek,

February 23, 2004, 20.

 

Jason, Sonya. “From Gunpowder Girl to Working Woman.” Newsweek,

February 23, 2004, 20-21.

 

Article Without an Author

 

          ³ “Celebrate Women’s History Month,” Reading Today,

 February 2007, 48.

 

"Celebrate Women's History Month." Reading Today, February 2007,

          48.