This guide provides examples of citations of commonly-used sources, based on The Chicago Manual of Style (17th ed.), using notes/bibliography style only.
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Lectures, papers presented at meetings, and the like
More guidelines for citing this type of material can be found in section (14.217).
1. Allen Seager, "Women and the Church in New France," History 204: The Social History of Canada (class lecture, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, January 13, 2011).
Seager, Allen. "Women and the Church in New France." History 204: The Social History of Canada. Class lecture at Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, January 13, 2011.
- When citing lectures and papers presented, include the following information in the note and bibliography: the speaker's name, the title of a lecture or speech in quotation marks and the sponsorship, location and date of presentation.
- If you are citing a class lecture, include your professor's name, title of the lecture in quotation marks, the course number and name and the location and date.