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ARTHIST 390S: Feminist Art: Citing Sources

Art, Feminism & Gender Research

Style Guides

For this class you'll be using the following citation style:

Citation Tools

Citation tools allow you to save and organize your research. They also let you create formatted bibliographies.

RefWorks logo

A personal citation library designed to directly import references from multiple databases. In Refworks you can organize and manage your citations, share them with colleagues, and format bibliographies.


Downloadable as a standalone program or a Firefox extension, Zotero is designed to store content in any format, including PDFs, images, audio and video files, and snapshots of web pages. Zotero operates with thousands of sites, and automatically indexes your library for ease of access.

    Elements of a Citation


    Common elements of an article citation
    • Author
    • Article Title
    • Source Title (Journal, Magazine, or Newspaper)
    • Volume & Issue
    • Date
    • Pages
    • Format: Print or Online (if online, include: database name, access date, and/or DOI)


    Common elements of a book citation
    • Author
    • Book Title
    • Publisher Location
    • Publisher
    • Publication Date
    • Format