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Chicago/Turabian Referencing Guide

Notes-Bibliography Style

Reviews

  • Reviews of books, films, exhibitions, performances etc., should usually only be cited in notes. Include them in your bibliography if they are critical to your argument or frequently cited.
  • Locate as much of the following information as possible: name of the reviewer, title of the work being reviewed and its creator/s, any other useful information (such as the film studio or location of a performance), and citation details for the journal where the review appeared.
  • If you found the review online, include an access date and URL. 

Note:

64. Raewyn White, review of Close Encounters: Pah, multimedia performance choreographed by Carol Brown, Gillian Whitehead, and Star Gossage, Pah Homestead, Auckland, DANZ Magazine 39 (Autumn 2015): 25.

Bibliography:

Moran, Joe. Review of Design Your Life: The Pleasures and Perils of Everyday Things, by Ellen Lupton and Julia Lupton. Journal of Design History 23, no. 1 (2010): 120-121. Accessed February 8, 2018. http://www.jstor.org.