Referencing a Lecture / Presentation - Chicago Notes & Bibliography
The Chicago Manual of Style advises that you need to include the following components in a reference to a lecture of presentation:
- Name of the Presenter(s) (In the footnote given as First Name Surname, in the Bibliography given as Surname, First Name)
- "Title of the lecture / presentation"
- Type of source (Lecture etc.)
- Institution or Organisation or Society hosting the lecture / presentation
- Date of the lecture / presentation
In a footnote everything which follows the title of the lecture is given in parenthesis.
Footnote / Endnote Format:
First Name and Surname of Presenter, "Title of the Lecture / Presentation". (Lecture, Institution, Place, Month DD, YYYY)
Surname, First Name of Presenter. "Title of the Lecture / Presentation". Lecture, Institution, Place, Month DD, YYYY.
Where a lecture is subsequently published in a book, reference as a chapter in a book; where a lecture is subsequently published in a journal, reference as a journal article.
Footnote / Endnote Reference:
Erica Brady, "What can we learn from terrorist events?" (Lecture, University of St Andrews, St Andrews, October 26, 2018).
Brady, Erica. "What can we learn from terrorist events?" Lecture, University of St Andrews, St Andrews, October 26, 2018.
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