How to Cite a Conference Paper in Chicago/Turabian

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Titles of unpublished works appear in quotes, not italics. If the paper has been published in the conference proceedings, treat it like the chapter of a book; if it was published in a journal, treat it as a journal article.

Structure:

Note:

1. Author First Name Last Name, “Title of the Paper” (paper presentation, Name of Conference, Location of Conference, Month Day, Year of conference).

Bibliography:

Last name, First name. “Title of the Paper.” Paper presented at the Name of Conference, Location of Conference, Month and year of conference.

Example:

Note:

1. Allison Cloyd, “A Examination of the Citation Habits of College Students” (paper presentation, EasyBib Information Literacy Conference, New York, NY, July 30, 2014).

Bibliography:

Cloyd, Allison. “A Examination of the Citation Habits of College Students.” Paper presented at the EasyBib Information Literacy Conference, New York, NY, July 2014.

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