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Citing Sources in the Performing Arts

Dissertations and Theses in Chicago/Turabian Style

Below, you will see examples of dissertations and theses cited in the Chicago/Turabian style, both in print and electronic formats. Much like electronic books, an online dissertation or theses is cited the same as a print one; the only difference is that you include the URL or resource you used to access it.

For more information on how to read these examples, see the Getting Started page of this LibGuide (see the tabs to the left.)

Examples of Dissertations and Theses

Example Item


Bibliography

TEMPLATE:

Author Last Name, Author First Name. "Title of document." Degree awarded, document type, University conferring degree, Year of completion.

 

EXAMPLE:

Long, Sarah Ann. "The chanted mass in Parisian ecclesiastical and civic communities, 1480--1540 : local liturgical practices in manuscripts and early printed service books." Ph.D. diss., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008.


Endnotes/Footnotes

TEMPLATE:

1. Author First Name Author Last Name, "Title of document" (Degree awarded, document type, University conferring degree, Year of completion), page nos.

 

EXAMPLE:

1. Sarah Ann Long, " The chanted mass in Parisian ecclesiastical and civic communities, 1480--1540 : local liturgical practices in manuscripts and early printed service books" (Ph.D. diss., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008), 10-12.


See Also: CMoS 14.215 - Theses and Dissertations

Example Item


Bibliography

TEMPLATE:

Author Last Name, Author First Name. "Title of document." Degree awarded, document type, University conferring degree, Year of completion. Accessed date. URL OR Resource.

 

EXAMPLE:

Shaw, Kyle. "Promiscuity, fetishes, and irrational functionality in Thomas Adès’s Powder Her Face." A.Mus.D. diss., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2018. Accessed April 29, 2019. http://hdl.handle.net/2142/99697.


Endnotes/Footnotes

TEMPLATE:

1. Author First Name Author Last Name, "Title of Article," Publication Title, edition, (Publication location: Publisher, Date), page OR reference number, accessed date, URL OR Resource.

 

EXAMPLE:

1. Kyle Shaw, " Promiscuity, fetishes, and irrational functionality in Thomas Adès’s Powder Her Face" (A.Mus.D. diss., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2018), 50-51, accessed April 29, 2019, IDEALS @ Illinois.


See Also: CMoS 14.215 - Theses and Dissertations