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PAL Research Guide

Journal Articles

See CMoS 14.171 - Journal Volume, Issue, Date

If Journal Articles have multiple authors, list them the same as you would a book. The format for a journal citation is:

Bibliography

Author Last Name, Author First Name. "Title of Article." Journal Title Volume (just the number), no. issue (Date of Publication): page range. URL or DOI.


Watkins, Holly. “Toward a Post-Humanist Organicism.” Nineteenth-Century Music Review 14, no. 1 (2017): 93-114. doi:10.1017/S1479409816000306.

Notes

1. Author Name, "Title of Article, "Journal Title Volume (just the number), no. Issue (Date of Publication): page nos.


1. Holly Watkins, “Toward a Post-Humanist Organicism,” Nineteenth-Century Music Review 14, no. 1 (2017): 95. doi:10.1017/S1479409816000306.

Newspaper Articles

See CMoS 14.191 - Basic Citation Format for Newspaper Articles

Bibliography

None. Newspaper article citations do not need to be included in your bibliography.

Notes

1. Author First Name Author Last Name, brief description of content OR "Title of Article", Title of Newspaper, Month, Day, Year, edition information AND/OR URL.


1. Rohit Jammu, "The Other Guys celebrate 50 years," The Daily Illini, March 25, 2019, https://dailyillini.com/features/2019/03/25/the-other-guys-celebrate-50-years/. 

Magazine Articles

See CMoS 14.188 - Basic Citation Format for Magazine Articles

Bibliography

Author Last Name, Author First Name. "Title of Article." Title of Magazine, Month Day, Year.  


Smith, Charlotte. "Paul Rolland's tension-free philosophy." The Strad, November, 2018.

Notes

1. Author First Name Author Last Name, "Title of Article," Title of Magazine Month, Day, Year, page nos.   


1. Charlotte Smith, "Paul Rolland's tension-free philosophy." The Strad, November, 2018, 30-37.

Reviews

What to Include – See CMoS 14.201 - Basic Citation Format for Reviews
  1. Name of reviewer if the review is signed
  2. Title of the review, if any (a headline should be included only if needed for locating the review)
  3. The words review of, followed by the name of the work reviewed and its author (or composer, or director, or whomever) or sponsor (network, studio, label, etc.)
  4. Location and date (in the case of a performance)
  5. The listing of the periodical in which the review appeared

Reviews – See CMoS 14.202 - Book Reviews and See CMoS 14.203 - Reviews of Plays, Movies, Television Programs, Concerts, etc.

Bibliography

Author Last Name, Author First Name. Review of Title of Reviewed Item (place in either italics or in parentheses based on publication type), by Author of Reviewed Item. Title of Publication and Publication Information (format according to the publication type) page nos. OR accession
information.


Lucano, Ralph. Review of Lucia da Lammermoor by San Francisco Opera, Jesus Lopez-Cobos, Beverly Sills, Luciano Pavarotti, Raymond Wolanski, and Simon Estes. American Record Guide 71, no. 6 (November/December 2008): 239.

Notes

1. Author First Name Author Last Name, Review of Title of Reviewed Item (place in either italics or in parentheses based on publication type), by Author of Reviewed Item, Title of Publication and Publication Information (format according to the publication type) page nos. OR accession information.


1. Ralph Lucano, review of Lucia da Lammermoor by San Francisco Opera, Jesus Lopez-Cobos, Beverly Sills, Luciano Pavarotti, Raymond Wolanski, and Simon Estes, American Record Guide 71, no. 6 (November/December 2008): 239.