Style Sheets

Various style sheets or "citation styles" will assist you in creating footnotes, text citations, bibliographies, reference lists and "works cited" pages.

*Always ask your professor's preference on style.

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ACS — American Chemical Society

A Quick Guide to ACS Style

-- Chemistry Library

AIP — American Institute of Physics

About AIP Style

American Antiquity — For use in Archeology

American Antiquity Citation Style

AP — Associated Press

AP Stylebook home page

APA — American Psychological Association — for use in the social sciences (psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science, and economics), education, and business

About APA Style

Purdue Owl APA Style

Software (formats your papers in APA)

More About APA

APSA — American Political Science Association

About APSA Style

More About APSA

ASA — American Sociological Association

*More About ASA Style

CBE/CSE — Council of Biology Editors/Council of Science Editors

About CBE Style

CMS — Chicago Manual of Style (AKA Turabian) — for use in history, philosophy, religion, and fine arts

What's New in the Sixteenth Edition

Chicago/Turabian Style

More About CMS

Chicago Documentation

Mathematics and Computer Science

Commonly Used Styles

MLA — Modern Language Association — for use in literature and language

About MLA Style

Frequently Asked Questions

Purdue Owl MLA Formatting

SBL — Society of Biblical Literature

--SBL Handbook of Style

--SBL Citation Builder

Students reviewing Chicago Manual of Style