The School of Humanities and Social Sciences use a range of different referencing styles depending on what programme you are studying.
Some modules within a programme may be cross-listed from different programme areas and require you to use a different reference style. If in doubt please double-check your module handbook or ask your module tutor for confirmation.
English Literature; Creative Writing; Children's Literature; Popular Literature & Culture: MLA Referencing Style
History: Chicago Manual of Style
Classics and Ancient History: Roehampton Humanities Referencing
Philosophy; PRE; Religion, Theology and Culture; Theology and Religious Studies; Ministerial Theology: Roehampton Humanities Referencing
Sociology, Criminology: Roehampton Harvard Referencing Style
Human Rights and International Relations: Roehampton Harvard and OSCOLA
By the end of this, you should be able to:
Understand the mechanics and be able to construct references for:
Know when to cite a source, when to include page numbers and how to reference multiple authors
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.