Chicago 17th B is an author-date referencing style used across a broad range of subject areas. It is based on the Chicago Manual of Style, 17th edition.
This guide is primarily for students completing assignments at Curtin University. If you are publishing (e.g. journal article, PhD), please consult the above publication as the examples provided here may differ from the requirements outline in the official style guide.
Download and use this guide to the Chicago referencing style including examples for in-text citations and reference list entries.
Download and use this guide to see an example of a reference list produced in the Chicago 17th B style.
Please check your unit outline/Blackboard for assignment formatting requirements (such as fonts, headers, spacing, word counts etc.), assignment cover sheets and plagiarism checklists. PhD and Masters by research students should consult the relevant publication manual for formatting information.