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Chicago 17th edition footnotes and bibliography

Footnotes and Bibliography for the Chicago Manual of Style 17th edition

Citing webpages

To cite a webpage state the title or description of the specific page; the title or description of the site as a whole; the owner or sponsor of the site; and a URL. The word website (or web page) may be added (in parentheses) after the title or description of the site if the nature of the source is unclear. 

Publication date or date of revision or modification; if no such date can be determined, include an access date. For frequently updated resources, a time stamp may be included. The School recommends that citations of website be included in the footnotes and the bibliography.

Webpage

Elements of citation Author -- Title in inverted commas -- Date -- URL
Footnote

11. Genevieve von Petzinger, "Why are these 32 symbols found in ancient caves all over Europe?" filmed August 2015 at TED Fellows Retreat 2015, video, 12:05, https://www.ted.com/talks/genevieve_von_petzinger_why_are_these_32_symbols_found_in_ancient_caves_all_over_europe.

22. Stephanie McCarter, "Rape, lost in translation: how translators of Ovid’s “Metamorphoses” turn an assault into a consensual encounter," Electric Lit, 1 May 2018, https://electricliterature.com/rape-lost-in-translation-7d069ce39d12.

Bibliography

McCarter, Stephanie. "Rape, lost in translation: how translators of Ovid’s “Metamorphoses” turn an assault into a consensual encounter." Electric Lit. 1 May 2018. https://electricliterature.com/rape-lost-in-translation-7d069ce39d12.

von Petzinger,  Genevieve. "Why are these 32 symbols found in ancient caves all over Europe?" Filmed August 2015 at TED Fellows Retreat 2015. Video,12:05.  https://www.ted.com/talks/genevieve_von_petzinger_why_are_these_32_symbols_found_in_ancient_caves_all_over_europe.

Subsequent citations von Petzinger, "32 symbols."
Endnote reference type Web Page