Original guides and modifications of guides contributed by current and past History Department faculty members Kirk Jeffrey, Diethelm Prowe, Rachel Seidman, Harry Williams, Eleanor Zelliot, and others, including on-line links.
If you have written or modified anything included in this project, please contact us so we can acknowledge your contribution/s!
The Chicago Manual of Style can be viewed online through the Gould Library (search: Chicago Manual of Style).
- I. How to Read History
- II. How to Analyze a Primary Source
- III. How to Write a History Research Paper
- IV. The Mechanics of Citation
- V. How to Give a Twenty-Minute Oral Presentation
- VI. How to Lead a Class Discussion
- VII. Book Reviews
- VIII. How to Read Fiction for History
- IX. How to Take Good Notes
- X. American Historical Association (AHA) Ethical Practices in the History Profession
- XI. Plagiarism, American Historical Association (AHA), by Michael Rawson, University of Wisconsin at Madison
- XII. How to Write a Comparative Analysis, by Kerry Walk, Harvard University Writing Center
- XIII. Field-Specific Study Guides by Carleton’s reference and instructional librarians:
Gould Library’s Catalyst
Download for email preservation, Stanford University Library’s E-Padd