{chicago-style} is about bibliography questions using the style prescribed by the Chicago Manual of Style. Use this tag in addition to the tag for the specific package you use to implement the style.

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URL of cited web site in bibliography

I am using natbib und the chicago style as bibliography style. I am trying to cite a web site, but in the bibliography the URL (given in the BibTeX entry) is not printed. Is there a simple solution ...
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Chicago-style citations of CJK documents (e.g. American Oriental Society): Name order; transcribed/translated titles

Is there a way to produce Chicago-style citations of material written in Chinese, Japanese, for an English-language paper using biblatex-chicago? I want to produce a citation that looks like: Li ...
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Possessive cite in biblatex-chicago (authordate)

For my master's thesis I changed my citation package from harvard with bibtex to biblatex-chicago with authordate and bibtex8, primarily because I need babel to translate my bibliography to Norwegian. ...
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Suppressing em-dashs for recurrent authors and letter suffixes for years when using biblatex-chicago

I am trying to generate a bibliography to summarize research in a certain field. The bibliography is required to be formatted Chicago style. Since this bibliography is not accompanying an actual ...
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Bibtex and Chicago style citations?

In the Chicago Manual of Style citation guidelines I find that one is to quote journal articles and italicize journals, books, and theses. But when I run the code below the output shows the journal ...
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Get biblatex-chicago working

I'm writing an essay and I need to have superscript citations in either Chicago or MLA style. After a bit of searching (and a false start with natbib) this question seemed to indicate that Chicago ...
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How to get BibLaTeX-chicago use title case capitalization?

According to the 16th version of the Chicago Manual of Style, titles in the reference list are now supposed to be capitalized in title case style rather than sentence casing. Yet, as far as I ...
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DMY date and serial comma with Biblatex-chicago

I am quite new to LaTeX, but I've been piecing some things together to develop a template with the style I use. Specifically, I need to use the Annals of the Association of American Geographers (AAG) ...
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Cite two papers with same first author and year

I am using chicago.sty to reference papers. At one point, I have to reference two papers with the same first author and the same year. I don't want to use the cite option that shows all the authors. ...
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Retaining double quotation marks in biblatex-chicago with British localization

I am using biblatex-chicago, current version (0.9.9b), with biber. I am loading babel with the british option in order to get the punctuation right (I need logical quoting). However, this also ...
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suppressing dashes in bibliography

I am using the biblatex chicago package. It's producing dashes for a repeating author in the bibliography. I tried different solution like, for example, including \makeatletter \AtEveryBibitem{% ...
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Book reviews entry in biblatex-chicago

I am using the review entry type in biblatex-chicago, and neither the biblatex-chicago nor the biblatex documentation have been helpful. The result I'd like to obtain is something at least close to ...
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Replace the “AND” between authors' names in citations and references with its equivalent in another language, e.g., Spanish

I have been using the achicago package and the babel package for spanish language. When I employ the two, references with multiple authors are shown in the citations like (Mukange and Manamela) but it ...
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Repeated Access Statement “Visited on” in biblatex-chicago

While trying the different biblatex referencing styles in texlive 2012, I came upon what I think might be a bug in biblatex-chicago. The access phrase "Visited on" was repeated. Has anyone had the ...
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Biblatex-Chicago and Biber not compiling [closed]

For some time, I have been trying to get the biblatex-chicago style working but have failed miserably. I have made substantial efforts to examine the forums and other people's biblatex-chicago and ...
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Why does biblatex-chicago print accessed twice in bibliography?

I am using biblatex-chicago to manage my bibliography but whenever I try to set a bibliography entry with the urldate field, it prints the word 'accessed' twice. I have created a minimal example to ...
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Adding page number to footnote citation

Is there a way to specify the page number to follow a footnote citation, so that I get something like, e.g.: John Doe, LaTeX Manual (New York: Smith Publishing, 2003), 33. I would like to be able to ...
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Automatic assignment of references to bibliography categories depending on origdate or date

I'm using biblatex-chicago with the author-date option. I love biblatex and biblatex-chicago and appreciate the work that has been put into it. I have a small question, however. I usually divide my ...
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Biblatex-Chicago: Double-underline and overlong title issues

I'm using LaTeX to typeset my senior thesis (undergrad) and we're required to cite in Chicago style. I've installed biblatex to use the chicago style, and run into the following issues. All the ...
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How can I edit footnote style in memoir class when using biblatex-chicago?

I am using the memoir class for my theis together with biblatex-chicago for my citations. When I compile my document I get the following warning. Since you are using the 'memoir' class, I'm ...
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BibLaTex and citing same source several times in same paragraph

I have encountered a strange problem in a thesis, where I try to cite a book several times in the same paragraph, referring to different pages in the book. This results in the citations following the ...
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Formating bibliography with natbib

\documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage[latin1]{inputenc} \usepackage[portuguese]{babel} \usepackage{natbib} \begin{document} Hello, world! (\Citealt[32]{Doe2999}) ...