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Guide to Referencing
Citations in the Text
preceed with " and finish with "; mark missing parts using [...].
Citations in Footnotes
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Book [by Author(s)]
Up to two authors are listed; if there are more than two, only the first appears with the addition "et al.".
Raoul Mortley, The Idea of Universal
History from Hellenistic Philosophy to Early Christian Historiography,
Collingwood, The Idea of History, rev. ed., introduced by Jan van
Julia S. O‘Connor et al., States, Markets, Families. Gender, Liberalism and Social Policy in Australia, Canada, Great Britain and the United States, Cambridge, UK et al. 1999.
Book [by Editor(s)]
Up to two editors are listed; if there are more than two, only the first appears with the addition "et al.", add "ed." or "eds."
Barbara Nelson and Najma
Chowdhury, eds., Women and Politics Worldwide, New Haven and
Marnie Hughes-Warrington, ed., World Histories, Basingstoke 2005
Article in an
Marnie Hughes-Warrington, Writing World History, in: William
Marnie Hughes-Warrington, Big History, in: Social Evolution & History, vol. 4, issue 1 (Spring 2005), ed. Graeme Donald Snooks, 7-21 [also available in: Historically Speaking, November 2002, 16-17, 20].
in Another Work
Cited from Dan Smail, On Deep History and the Brain, Berkeley 2008, 45, and In the Grip of Sacred History, in: American Historical Review, vol. 110, no. 5 (December 2005), 1337-1361, from 1350.
If referring for a second time to a previously cited work, it is not necessary to repeat all details in full. Include enough information to identify the work and other information such as page numbers, for example:
Smail, On Deep History, 46.
same author and work as cited in the footnote immediately preceding, same page number:
different page number:
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