How do I get help using Turabian or Chicago?
Turabian refers to A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations written by Kate Turabian. Turabian is a condensed version of the Chicago Manual of Style. The two styles are similar, but not necessarily identical. Turabian is used by many disciplines in the Humanities, but particularly historians.
For complete and thorough information about using Turabian style, go straight to the source. Copies of the Turabian manual are available on reserve and in the reference collections of both Cook Library and the Gulf Coast Library. The call number is LB2369 .T8 2007. The call number for the Chicago Manual of Style is Z253 .U69 2003.