Chicago/Turabian Style is primarily used for history, but can also be used in other subjects. The Chicago style and the Turabian style are quite similar and often used interchangeably, but they are not identical. Ask your professor or check your syllabus to be sure you're using the right style.
Chicago/Turabian style differs from most other styles:
Chicago Style is in its 17th Edition effective November 2017.
Many of the examples in this guide are from Purdue OWL.
Jessica Clements, Elizabeth Angeli, Karen Schiller, S. C. Gooch, Laurie Pinkert, Allen Brizee, and Vanessa Iacocca, “General Format,” The Purdue OWL, https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/717/02/.
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Purdue University's OWL gives clear brief examples for Chicago Style. Purdue has updated this resource to the 17th edition.
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