Chicago Notes-Bibliography is very similar to Author-Date. The same fields and sub-disciplines (the Humanities, History, and Art) tend to use Notes-Bibliography. So be sure to check your assignment rubric or with your professor to determine which Chicago citation style you should use. Unlike Author-Date, Notes-Bibliography uses footnotes to reference in-text citations.
To learn more about utilizing footnotes and formating your Chicago Notes-Bibliography bibliography, check out the guide below! Or, if you'd like to look at the Chicago style handbook, you can find it on the first floor behind the check out desk.
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