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When writing essays and dissertations, correct and consistent referencing is an important way to avoid accusations of plagiarism and ensure that people reading your work can locate the item.

The links below provide information and guidance to help you with your references and bibliographies. If you are in any doubt about the style you should adopt, talk to your supervisor for further guidance.

Citations and bibliographies: Chicago style (Whipple Library Pathfinder)
Chicago-style citation guide (Chicago Manual of Style)

Citations and bibliographies: Harvard style (Whipple Library Pathfinder)
Harvard system of referencing (Anglia Ruskin University)

How to organise a history essay or dissertation (HPS research guide)