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Articles With Volume and Issue Number
Smith-Rosenberg, Carroll. "The Female World of Love and Ritual: Relations
between Women in Nineteenth-Century America." Signs, vol. 1, no. 1, Autumn 1975, pp. 1-30.
Jensen, Joan M., and Darlis A. Miller. "The Gentle Tamers Revisited: New
Approaches to the History of Women in the American West." Pacific
Historical Review, vol. 49, no. 2, May 1980, pp. 173-213.
Article With Only Issue Number
Michaels, Walter Benn. "An American Tragedy, or the Promise of American Life."
Representations, no. 25, Winter 1989, pp. 71-98.
With One Author
Hodes, Martha Elizabeth. The Sea Captain’s Wife: A True Story of Love, Race, and
War in the Nineteenth-Century. Norton, 2006.
With Two Authors
Peavy, Linda S., and Ursula Smith. Women in Waiting in the Western Movement:
Life on the Home Frontier. U of Oklahoma P, 1994.
With Three or More Authors
Brodsky, Phyllis L., et al. The Control of Childbirth: Women Versus Medicine
Through the Ages. McFarland & Co., 2008.
With an Editor & Edition Statement
Gordon, Michael, editor. The American Family in Social-Historical Perspective.
2nd ed., St. Martin’s Press, 1978.
New Rules for abbreviation of publishers’ names:
articles (A, An, The)
business abbreviations (Co., Corp., Inc.)
descriptive terms (Books, House, Press, Publishers)
Keep a university press’s P (for Press)
Use standard MLA abbreviations for other words,
niversity of Oklahoma P ress
With an Author
Smith, John. “Women Gather for Education.” Helena Independent 4 Dec. 1889: 1.
Without an Author
“Montana: Same Sex Parental Rights.”
New York Times 1 Oct. 2008, late ed.:
Article Published Monthly
Barsanti, Amy B. “A Collage of Western Women.” OAH Magazine of History
Nov. 2005: 41-43. Print.
Article Published Weekly
Jason, Sonya. “From Gunpowder Girl to Working Women.” Newsweek
23 Feb. 2004: 20. Print.
Article Without an Author
“Celebrate Women’s History Month.” Reading Today Feb. 2007: 48. Print.
Follow the style guide – ALWAYS. Don’t agonize about why the guide tells you to do something, just do it!
Be consistent. If the style guide says to use italics for the title of the book or journal (and MLA does) use italics ALWAYS.
Don’t mix style guides. MLA and APA cannot be used simultaneously in a paper. Choose one and stick to it.
If you don’t know how to cite a particular source, look it up. The style guide has thought of nearly every type of source.
Print off, save, or copy the citation of the source you consulted, when you consult it. Don’t say, “I’ll do it later,” or “I am not sure I want to use this source, I’ll go back to it if I do.” Going back later without the citation is often impossible.