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The Centre for Medieval Studies follows the referencing styles used by its parent departments: English, History, History of Art and Archaeology. Therefore please refer to the appropriate guide for the module you are taking. For your dissertation you should discuss the appropriate referencing style with your supervisor.
Click here to see the Harvard referencing style guide (used by Archaeology)
Click here to see the Chicago referencing style guide (used by English, History and History of Art)
Click here to see the MLA referencing style guide (used by English)