Chicago Manual Style 14th Edition Bibliography

The works listed here are a starting point for writers, editors, and others involved in publishing who would like more information about topics covered in this manual. The list includes all the works cited in the text as further resources along with other useful references. Although some make recommendations that diverge from those of this manual, they reflect the specific demands of different disciplines and the evolving traditions of writing, editing, and publishing. As with all reference sources, readers should carefully evaluate their suitability for a given purpose.

ALA-LC Romanization Tables: Transliteration Schemes for Non-Roman Scripts. Compiled and edited by Randall K. Barry. Washington, DC: Library of Congress, 1997. Also available at

American Naturalist. Journal published monthly by the University of Chicago Press for the American Society of Naturalists.

Baker-Shenk, Charlotte, and Dennis Cokely. American Sign Language: A Teacher’s Resource Text on Grammar and Culture. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press, 1991.

BIOSIS Serial Sources. Philadelphia: BIOSIS. Published annually through 2005. Current titles available at

Daniels, Peter T., and William Bright, eds. The World’s Writing Systems. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996.

Duden: Die deutsche Rechtschreibung. 24th ed. Vol. 1. Mannheim: Dudenverlag, 2006.

French Review. Journal published bimonthly by the American Association of Teachers of French.

Gall, Gerald L., F. Pearl Eliadis, and France Allard. The Canadian Legal System. 5th ed. Scarborough, ON: Carswell, 2004.

Grevisse, Maurice. Le bon usage: Grammaire française. 14th ed. Edited by André Goosse. Paris: Duculot, 2008.

History of Religions. Journal published quarterly by the University of Chicago Press.

Horticulture. Magazine published ten times a year by F+W Publications.

HUGO Gene Nomenclature Database.

International Code of Botanical Nomenclature (Vienna Code). Prepared and edited by John McNeill et al. Regnum vegetabile 146. Königstein, Germany: Koeltz, 2006. Also available at

International Code of Zoological Nomenclature. 4th ed. London: International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature, 1999. Also available at

International Journal of Middle East Studies. Journal published quarterly by Cambridge University Press for the Middle East Studies Association of North America. Also available at

MacEllven, Douglass T., Michael J. McGuire, Neil A. Campbell, and John N. Davis. Legal Research Handbook. 5th ed. Markham, ON: LexisNexis Butterworths, 2003.

Moliner, María. Diccionario de uso del español. 3rd ed. Madrid: Gredos, 2007.

Mouse Genome Database. Mouse Genome Informatics.

The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. 2nd ed. 29 vols. Edited by Stanley Sadie. New York: Grove, 2001. Also available at

The Oxford Classical Dictionary. 3rd ed. rev. Edited by Simon Hornblower and Anthony Spawforth. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.

Physical Review Letters. Published semimonthly by the American Physical Society.

PMLA. Journal published bimonthly by the Modern Language Association of America.

Pullum, Geoffrey K., and William A. Ladusaw. Phonetic Symbol Guide. 2nd ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996.

Raymond, Eric S. The New Hacker’s Dictionary. 3rd ed. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996.

Real Academia Española. Ortografía de la lengua española. Madrid: Espasa, 1999. Also available at

Romanic Review. Journal published quarterly by the Columbia University Department of Romance Languages.

Thorin, Suzanne E., and Carole Franklin Vidali. The Acquisition and Cataloging of Music and Sound Recordings: A Glossary. Canton, MA: Music Library Association, 1984.

Unicode Collation Algorithm. By Mark Davis and Ken Whistler. Unicode Technical Standard no. 10. Unicode Consortium, 2008.

USP Dictionary of USAN and International Drug Names. Rockville, MD: US Pharmacopeial Convention. Revised annually. Available at

Valli, Clayton, Ceil Lucas, and Kristin J. Mulrooney. Linguistics of American Sign Language: An Introduction. 4th ed. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press, 2005.

Wertheim, Eric. The Naval Institute Guide to Combat Fleets of the World: Their Ships, Aircraft, and Systems. 15th ed. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2007.

Zurick, Timothy. Army Dictionary and Desk Reference. 3rd ed. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2004.

Writing@CSU Guide

Citation Guide: Chicago Manual of Style (Notes System)

The CMS style documentation system is used in both the humanities and the social sciences. A bit more complex than either the MLA or the APA, it offers two approaches for documenting sources: 1) a notes system and, 2) an author/date system similar to the APA. This guide explains the notes system. A separate guide explains the Chicago Manual of Style (Author/Date System). Inserted at the point of reference, superscripted numbers interact with sequentially numbered footnotes listed at the bottom of a page or endnotes listed at the end of the document.

These notes replace the types of end documentation found in both the MLA and APA systems, though it is advised that a bibliography accompany any document containing numerous notes regardless of their location. Check with your instructor on what is expected when you are asked to use this style.

This guide is largely based on style recommendations from the 14th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style, however, you may also wish to consult the 6th edition of Kate Turabian's A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996). In it you will find many corresponding or similar documentation patterns.

[Guide Updated Jul 2017]


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