Clio's Psyche mostly follows the standards and style presented in Turabian. Clear, non-technical language is encouraged and notes are normally discouraged. When present notes should begin as full citations in parentheses within the text and then be followed by the author's last name, the italicized title, and the page number. Refer to recent issues of Clio's Psyche to determine any variations in style.

Turabian, Kate L. A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations. 6th ed. Chicago: University Of Chicago Press, 1996. 

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Length: 1500 word maximum for most articles, including title, author, and biography of the author.

 

Length: 1000 words maximum for review essays, begin “Dear Editor” and end “Sincerely yours,” and your name, bio.

 

Font: Arial for titles, authors, and affiliations and Times New Roman for everything else.  Font Size:  Arial bold sized #16 for the title, Arial 14 bold for author, long dash and Arial 12 without bold for the affiliation.

 

Biographies: Are in italics, ending with your e-mail address.  Underline titles of books in biographies.

 

Italics: Titles of books and journals in the text are italicized.

 

Citations: We use internal citations rather than endnotes or footnotes.  For the sake of readability we discourage notes. 
Quotations must have specific references in parenthesis.

 

No bibliographies.

 

Spacing: Two spaces are always used between sentences, but only one space is used after a colon.  Single-space the text of the article.

 

The first person singular is encouraged.  “Myself” is discouraged. 

 

Starting a sentence with “And” is generally not acceptable.

 

Block quotes are discouraged.  Short quotes are preferred.  Block quotes are not italicized.