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Religious Studies Research Guide

This page provides research support for courses and topics within the Religious Studies Department.

Citation Style Guides

Many article databases, and even our library catalog, will format a citation for each source you find. Use these automatic citations to save time, but check to make sure they are complete and accurate. Here are some sites with useful information on MLA and Chicago/Turabian Citation Styles.

Chicago Manual of Style Online

Citation Management Tools

  • Endnote is a bibliographic citation management software. UNC Charlotte has licenses for EndNote available for all students. Don't know how to use it? Take Endnote 101 at the library for free!
  • Zotero is a free open-source citation management tool that lets you save articles, websites, and other materials. There are useful tutorials for getting started and maximizing this resource. Zotero needs to be installed on your computer.

For more help, check out the UNC Charlotte citation guide.

UNC Charlotte Writing Center

The Writing Resources Center (WRC) is a free tutoring service available to all students and can help you at any stage of your writing process—from invention to final polishing—for any academic, professional, or personal writing.

Schedule an appointment

Hours and Contact Information

Writing Handouts

UNC Charlotte Writing Center Tips and Tools

UW-Madison Writer's Handbook

Style Handbooks