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CENTRO Journal Style Guide
We follow the Chicago Manual of Style 16th edition in regards to reference citations, which are summarized below:
• Place citations in parentheses and include the author’s name and the source’s year of publication, with no intervening punctuation, at the end of a sentence or before a comma or semicolon, whenever possible: (Whalen 2001).
• Always include page numbers for quotations or extensive paraphrases, using an en dash for page ranges: (Whalen 2001, 146–47).
• Use semicolons to separate two or more references in a single parenthetical citation and list them alphabetically: (Pérez 2004; Rúa 2012; Whalen and Vázquez-Hernández 2015).
• Do not include “ed.” or “trans.” in citations (and in the case of books that have been reprinted or updated, do not include the original publication year), as this information will be included on the reference list.
• Use the first author’s last name and et al. for works with four or more authors.
• You may use the following abbreviations: , e.g., and i.e. Do not use ibid., passim, op. cit., and so on.
• Include every source cited in the text and no others, listed alphabetically by author. • When including multiple works by the same author, list them chronologically, from oldest to most recent.
• For works published by the same author in the same year, add a, b, and so on, and list them alphabetically by title.
• Online references require an access date.
The following examples, which illustrate a number of citation scenarios, may serve as a guide for formatting your entries.
Fernández, Lilia. 2012. Brown in the Windy City: Mexicans and Puerto Ricans in Postwar Chicago. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Padilla, Felix, and Lourdes Santiago. 1993. Outside the Wall: A Puerto Rican Woman’s Struggle. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Toro-Morn, Maura. 2005. Boricuas en Chicago: Gender and Class in the Migration and Settlement of Puerto Ricans. In The Puerto Rican Diaspora: Historical Perspectives, eds. Carmen Teresa Whalen and Víctor Vázquez-Hernández. 128–50. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Rúa, Mérida M., ed. 2010. Latino Urban Ethnography and the Work of Elena Padilla. Champaign: University of Illinois Press.
Rodríguez Juliá, Edgardo. 2003. Cortijo’s Wake / El entierro de Cortijo. Translated by Juan Flores. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
Flores-González, Nilda. 2001. Paseo Boricua: Claiming a Puerto Rican space in Chicago. CENTRO: Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies 13(2): 6–22.
Sotomayor, Antonio. 2016. Colonial Olympism: Puerto Rico and Jamaica’s Olympic movement in Pan‐American sport, 1930 to the 1950s. The International Journal of the History of Sport 21: 1–21. doi:10.1080/09523367.2016.1147429.
López, Gustavo, and Renee Stepler. 2016. Latinos in the 2016 Election: Florida. Washington, DC: Pew Research Center. Accessed 15 March 2016.
Morales, Iris. 1996. ¡Pa’lante Siempre Pa’lante! The Young Lords. New York: Third World Newsreel. Videocassette