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Referencing at University of Roehampton

School of Humanities - Referencing

These are the main referencing style for each subject area in the School of Humanities.

Please note some module are taught across these subject areas, so please double-check with your module handbook.

History and Classics: Roehampton Humanities Referencing / Chicago Manual of Style

English and Creative Writing: MLA 

Religion, Theology, Culture and Philosophy: Roehampton Humanities Referencing

Referencing guides are list below.

Chicago Style Referencing for History Guidance

MLA Referencing Guidance

Note: The AA Team provides basic support for MLA referencing. For sources or queries not contained in the MLA quick guide, it is best to go back to your department for help.

Roehampton Humanities Referencing Guidance

Roehampton Humanities Referencing Video

By the end of this, you should be able to:

  • Explain referencing is important
  • Understand the mechanics and be able to construct references for:

    • books, chapters in edited books, journal articles and websites.
  • Format secondary references.
  • Know when to cite a source, when to include page numbers and how to reference multiple authors.