Chicago Manual of Style
Utah Historical Review publishes under the Chicago Manual of Style.
The Chicago Manual of Style (CMS) is the prevailing style used for historical journals in the United States and is used by some social science journals as well. The CMS also serves as a foundation for the style of the American Anthropological Association. Due to this wide-spread applicability, we suggest that any students who are interested in taking on careers in history or social sciences in the United States familiarize themselves with the Chicago Manual of Style early in their academic careers.
Articles submitted to the Utah Historical Review are required to comply with the CMS in all aspects of grammar, formatting, punctuation, and reference citation. Failure to comply with the style guide will result in ineligibility for publication.
It should be noted that while many people will tell you that Kate L. Turabian’s, A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations is the same as the Chicago Manual of Style, it is not. The Turabian style is aimed at college-preparation research papers, not works of professional publication.
You can use WorldCat.org to find a copy of the Chicago Manual of Style at a library near you or you can purchase the guide through Amazon.com for a reasonable price through the link below:
You may also find this quick study guide useful:
Chicago Manual Of Style Guidelines (Quick Study)
Students who are taking on the role of editor for the first year my also find this book helpful:
The Copyeditor’s Handbook: A Guide for Book Publishing and Corporate Communications
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