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HST 495 - Latin America and the Cold War - Sarreal

Chicago Manual of Style

Chicago Style is the primary citation style used in History. The ASU Library has the online edition of the Chicago Manual of Style as well as multiple print copies available in libraries across the campuses. The online and print editions are identical in that you can consult them for guidance in formatting your research paper including finding examples of how to cite various types of sources.

 

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Chicago Manual of Style16th ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010. Z 253 .U69 2010.

 

Copies of the most current edition are available in the collections of the following ASU library under the call number shown above:

Design Reference Downtown Reference
Hayden Reserve Law Reference [2 copies]
Polytechnic Reserve [2 copies] Polytechnic Stacks
Thunderbird Reference West [Fletcher] Reference Desk
West [Fletcher] Reserve  

Curator for Latin American Studies and Interim Curator for Rare Books and Manuscripts

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Seonaid Valiant
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Hayden Library, ASU
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