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UQ Harvard referencing style

The Harvard style is a generic author-date style for citing and referencing information used.

Unpublished material - Item from a collection

Elements of the citation:

Author(s) Year, ‘Title or description of item' – in single quotation marks, Title of collection, Number of collection, Number of item within collection, Full name of holding institution.  

Reference type Example
In-text (Buddies Refugee Support Group, 2002)
Reference List Buddies Refugee Support Group 2002, 'Minutes of meeting January 11 2002', Buddies Refugee Support Group Collection, UQFL531, Box 1 Folder 1, Fryer Library, University of Queensland.
EndNote Generic

Unpublished material - standalone item

Elements of the citation:

Author(s) Year, 'Title of item' - in single quotation marks, Type of material, Identifier (if applicable), Full name of holding institution.

Reference type Example
In-text (Peake, 1959)
Reference List Peake, JH 1959, 'A new state for North Queensland', Speech, F2207, Fryer Library, University of Queensland.
EndNote Generic

Unpublished materials - other examples

For how to cite other unpublished materials, refer to Snooks & Co, 2002, Style manual for authors, editors and printers, 6th ed., John Wiley & Sons, Milton, Qld. (pp 207-208). Examples covered include:

  • Theses - see Thesis tab of this guide
  • Unpublished papers and abstracts presented at conferences, seminars and meetings - see the Conference paper tab of this guide