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Women & Gender Studies: Citing & Writing

Style Guides

Consult this guide for help with popular styles such as APA, MLA, and Chicago.  It's a great place to start!


Dr. Glenda Bonifacio's preferred style is Chicago's Author-Date System (ADS). She recommends the following guides:

Chicago Manual of Style Online (official) Author-Date samples

Chicago Author-Date (17th) by Williams Library



The following resources have been recommended by Dr. Caroline Hodes for citing:

Citing Canadian government documents: APA style

Citing Canadian government documents: MLA Style

Citing Canadian Government Documents - Chicago Style, 15th Edition


Additional Help

Questions about plagiarism?  Learn more about why and when to cite.  Consult this guide for useful information.

Need help with your writing?  Visit the Writing Centre.


Writing for Publication