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MLA Citation Guide

This guide is to help you with MLA Citations.  If you need more detailed information, please see the sources to the left or Contact a Librarian.

Cite only the sources you have consulted directly.

MLA style is widely used in the humanities.

 

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Updates to 7th ed.

  • Italics, no underlining.
  • No URL unless citation information is not enough to easily find the source.
  • No Continuous Pagination, use vol & iss for all entries
  • Publication Medium - ex Print, Web, DVD, Performance
  • New Abbreviations - n.p. = no publisher given; n.d. = no date; n. pag -. = no pagination given.

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