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THTR 3330: Dramaturgy

A guide to resources that may be helpful in creating your exhibit

APA Citations - General

A quick guide to using the APA Style when citing non-archival sources in your research paper and online exhibit. 

APA Citations - Archival Sources

In-text citations: Enclose the author's surname and date in brackets (and/or the title if the author is unknown or you are citing multiple works by that author with the same date).

Example: “...Joe Smith and John Greene were named All-Americans during their senior season (Trinity University Public Relations, 1957).”

Reference List citation: Author. (year, month day). Title [description of materials]. Name of collection (call number, identifier or box/folder number). Name and location of repository.

Example: Trinity University Public Relations. (1957, June 29). Student athletes named tennis All-Americans [press release]. Public Relations Press Releases (Box 81-03, Folder 5). Trinity University Special Collections & Archives, San Antonio, Texas.