MHRA referencing is a citation style set out by the Modern Humanities Research Association. It is commonly used in humanities subjects, especially English language and literature. So if you’re writing an essay and your university uses MHRA referencing, knowing how to cite a book will be essential.
Use the following template to cite a chapter of an edited book using the MHRA citation style. For help with other source types, like books, PDFs, or websites, check out our other guides. To have your reference list or bibliography automatically made for you, try our free citation generator.
Citing an Ebook in MHRA Footnote Citations In MHRA referencing, you should indicate footnote citations with a superscript number in the text of your document.Use the following template to cite a edited book using the MHRA citation style. For help with other source types, like books, PDFs, or websites, check out our other guides.To have your reference list or bibliography automatically made for you, try our free citation generator. Key.Use the following template to cite a online image or video using the MHRA citation style. For help with other source types, like books, PDFs, or websites, check out our other guides.To have your reference list or bibliography automatically made for you, try our free citation generator. Key.
Footnotes are of key importance to the MHRA referencing style. You should insert footnote numbers in your text every time you quote or paraphrase another person’s words or ideas. When referring to a source for the first time, you need to provide the full details in the footnote. After that, references can be provided in an abbreviated form.Read More
You can choose the MLA or MHRA system but must be consistent. In some ways MHRA works better for this course as it is hard to reference websites using MLA (you will be using the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography a lot, as well as Early English Books Online). Always remember to give a page number--we check your quotations.Read More
MHRA STYLE At all levels, undergraduate, postgraduate and staff, the Department recommends the use of the conventions set out in the current Modern Humanities Research Association Style Book. This can be bought from booksellers or consulted in the Library. The following summarises the main points of MHRA style that you should follow in your essays.Read More
For books in English and German, capitalize the initial letter of the first word after the colon and of all principal words (in German, all nouns) throughout the title (see examples (i), (ix), (x), and (xv)); for titles in other languages, follow the capitalization rules for the language in question (see 6.4 and example (v)).Read More
Citing a Chapter from an Edited Book in MHRA Referencing. Edited books can be invaluable when researching an essay, offering a range of relevant ideas or arguments in one place.But if you’re going to use information from an edited book in your written work, you’ll need to know how to cite it correctly.And this can be tricky.Read More
How to Cite an Essay Online in MLA. The guidelines for citing an essay in MLA format are similar to those for citing a chapter in a book. Include the author of the essay, the title of the essay, the name of the collection if the essay belongs to one, the editor of the collection or other contributors, the publication information, and the page number(s).Read More
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See also MHRA Style Guide, Section 11, for further information on this. Referencing a book for the first time This is the information that goes in the footnote. Footnotes are numbered. A small number appears in your essay next to your quotation or citation, indicating that further information is to be found in the relevant footnote.Read More
If your source is a titled essay in a book prepare your FOOTNOTE citation exactly as follows: Sue Owen, 'The Lost Rhetoric of Liberty: Marvell and Restoration Drama', in Marvell and Liberty, ed. by W. Chernaik and M. Dzelzainis (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1999), pp. 334-53 (p. 334). Things to get right, in order.Read More
MHRA styled citations are used throughout the MHRA's online catalogue, with links to explanations. Here are: a typical monograph, a typical collected volume, a special number of a journal cited as a book, and a typical translation; and here are: an article in a journal, a chapter in an edited book, an article in a special number of a journal, and an article in an electronic journal.Read More