Author Last Name, First Name. "Title of Article." Journal Name Volume. Issue if applicable (Year): page(s). Name of Database Day Month Year of access <URL of article, break after a slash if needed>.Example
Browner, Stephanie P. "Writing American Science and Gender." American Literary History 16.3 (2004): 509-519. Project MUSE 12 March 2005 <http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/american_literary_history/v016/ 16.3browner.html>.
Provide a reference every time you quote, paraphrase or summarize someone else’s ideas, theories, information or data, no matter what the source. This includes facts, figures, tables, charts and images.
The source must be referenced whether it is:
Your reference list may include:
Books, journals, personal correspondence, blog posts, lectures, podcasts, videos, television programs, and more.
You do not have to cite: