The Chicago Manual of Style, also known as Chicago Style, Chicago, or CMS is a citation style created by the University of Chicago Press. It is most commonly used in history and business classes. Other subjects, like anthropology and political science, use citation styles based on Chicago Style.
When looking at resources relating to Chicago Style, you may also see it called Chicago-Turabian or just Turabian. Turabian is a simplified version of Chicago Style that was created for students.
The latest version of this citation manual is the 16th edition, which was published in 2010.
These websites explain the rules of Chicago 16.
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The H-F Library has copies of the newest Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition).
They are available for student use!