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Citation & Format Guide: Class Materials

Citing your classwork or class materials

Footnote:

 

           1. Firstname Lastname, “Title of Lecture” (medium, sponsorship, location, date).

Full footnote example:

           1. José Morales, "Women and the Early Church," RH344: History of Christian Thought (class lecture, Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago, IL, September 13, 2021).

Shortened footnote:

           2. Morales, "Women and the Early Church."

Bibliography:

Lastname, Firstname. “Title of Lecture.” Medium at sponsorship, location, date.

For example:

Morales, José. "Women and the Early Church." RH344: History of Christian Thought. Class lecture at Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago, IL,                        

           September 13, 2021.

 

 

Full Footnote:

1. FirstName LastName, "This is the title of my paper" (paper, Chicago Theological Seminary, 2021), 4.

Shortened footnote:

2. LastName, "This the title of my paper."

 

Bibliography:

LastName, FirstName. "This is the title of my paper." Paper, Chicago Theological Seminary, 2021.

Footnote:

FirstName LastName to RH344O History of Christian Thought Canvas forum, "Week 2 Discussion Forum," September 13, 2021. 

 

Bibliography:

LastName, FirstName. FirstName LastName to RH344O History of Christian Thought Canvas forum, "Week 2 Discussion Forum," September 13,

           2021.

Citing class slides:

Full Footnote:

       1. José Morales, "RH344O: Week 2: The Biggest Pivot in Christology in the History of Christian Thought," (PowerPoint slides, Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago, IL, September 13-19, 2021). 

Shortened footnote:

       2. Morales, "RH344O: Week 2: The Biggest Pivot."

 

Bibliography

Morales, José. "RH344O: Week 2: The Biggest Pivot in Christology in the History of Christian Thought." PowerPoint slides, Chicago Theological

          Seminary, Chicago, IL, September 13-19, 2021. 

 

Footnotes:

       1. José Morales. "The (All-too-important) Fourth Century & Fifth Centuries, Pt. II,"  (video lecture on Canvas for RH344O History of Christian Thought class at Chicago Theological Seminary, October 4-10, 2021), accessed October 11, 2021, https://canvas.instructure.com/courses/2131090/discussion_topics/9388412?module_item_id=33502513

 

Bibliography:

  1. Morales, José. "The (All-too-important) Fourth Century & Fifth Centuries, Pt. II." Video lecture on Canvas for RH344O History of Christian

                      Thought class at Chicago Theological Seminary, October 4-10, 2021. Accessed October 11, 2021,

                      https://canvas.instructure.com/courses/2131090/discussion_topics/9388412?module_item_id=33502513