Chicago style was developed by the University of Chicago Press and is used extensively in History, Art History, and other disciplines.
Chicago and Turabian do allow in-text citation like APA and MLA, but traditionally call for footnotes (at the bottom of a page) or endnotes (at the end of the work) instead.
These are the official guides to Chicago and Turabian styles.
Style guides can be difficult to work with at times. If you have any questions, Ask a Librarian – we're here to help! – or check one of the websites or videos below. They provide summaries and simplified explanations.
The official reference for Chicago style, published by the University of Chicago Press. The latest edition is in Reference, with some previous editions in Circulation. We also have the 2017 edition as an e-book: Use it online!