Citing book reviews in Chicago / Turabian:
Sample Chicago style format for the first footnote or endnote for a book review from a journal in one of our library databases using Chicago 15th edition:
1. Reviewer's Name, "Title of Review," Review of Title of Book, by Name of Author, Title of Journal Volume Number, Issue Number (Date of Publication): Page Numbers. Name of Database, Database vendor
To cite books, check the front pages of the book or the record in the library catalog to find the publication information you need to format the citation. Sample Chicago style format for the first footnote or endnote for a print book:
1. Author's Name, Title of Book (Place of Publication: Publisher, Publication Date), Page Numbers.
To cite articles found in our library databases, check the article citation or article information page to find publication information.
Chicago style format
Sample Chicago style format for the first footnote or endnote for an article from one of our databases:
1. Author's Name, "Title of Article," Title of Journal Volume Number, Issue Number (Date of Publication), Page Numbers, Name of Database, Database Vendor (or persistent/stable URL, accession number or doi).
The 16th edition does not require the date accessed for articles from library databases. You could generally cite an online database journal article similar to a print journal article, but also add the database information, and an accession number or doi.
Library databases may allow you export a citation or to save a citation in a particular format. You can then copy and paste the citation text into your footnote or endnote.
Be sure to check with your instructor and follow requirements for your assignment. Check the formatting and make any necessary corrections.
Word processing programs can help you insert footnotes or endnotes, and manage your references. See online help: