HIS 102 : World History Since 1500 TURABIAN FOOTNOTES • All source reviews should provide an appropriate citation as a title/header. • Any and all

HIS 102 : World History Since 1500
TURABIAN FOOTNOTES
• All source reviews should provide an appropriate citation as a title/header.
• Any and all quotes should be indicated as such with “quotation marks” and cited with footnotes.
• Source reviews without citations will receive a grade of “0”.
• For more types and examples see the History Department Writing Guide (on Canvas) or consult
the most recent (9th) edition of Kate Turabian’s A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Etc….
Inserting FOOTNOTES < MS WORD → References → Insert Footnote >
-First footnote of a source = full citation and specific page
-Subsequent footnotes of the same source = author’s last name, specific page
-Ibid. = abbreviation for Latin “same as above”: use Ibid. when the next footnote is…the same as the
one above it. You may change the page number if necessary.
-Example: Ibid., 264.
-All footnotes end with periods [ . ]. All of them. Always.

Journal Articles (JSTOR, etc.)
Author’s First Name and Last Name, “Title of the Article,” Journal Title Volume/Issue # (Date) : pages.
Example: David Woodward, “Reality, Symbolism, Time, and Space in Medieval World Maps,”
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 75/4 (Dec., 1985): 510-521.
Books (Google Books, etc.)
Author’s First Name and Last Name, Book Title (Place of Publication : Publisher, Date), pages.
Example: Toby Lester, The Fourth Part of the World (New York: Free Press, 2010), 462.
Other Online Sources (include as much information as possible)
Author’s First Name and Last Name [if given], “Title of Web Page or Other Item,” Name of
Website. Online : URL (Date of document or date accessed).
Example: (No Author), “Marco Polo and His Travels,” Silkroad Foundation.
Online: (accessed 28 August 2017).

HIS 102: World History Since 1500
SOURCE REVIEW RUBRIC
Excellent
• Clear and concise summary, demonstrating thorough comprehension of the Source.
• Thoughtful analysis and discussion of the significant & interesting points of the Source.
specific details; illustrative quotes and examples
“engages with” the Source and author: asks questions or challenges material
no significant omissions
• Direct, specific connections to relevant portions of The Fourth Part of the World.
• Careful mechanics, with few spelling or grammatical errors and an organized “flow” of
thoughts and ideas.
• Correct Turabian formatting and citations.
Times New Roman 12 (footnotes in TNR 10)
Full citation used as “title”, centered at the top of the page.
Quotes correctly footnoted, including the use of “Ibid.”
4/A

Good
• Brief summary of the Source, demonstrating comprehension.
• Discussion of some interesting points of the Source.
a few specific details and examples, including some quotes
opinions are shared, but interpretation may be light or lacking
(i.e., “So what? Aaand?!? What’s the takeaway”?)
few or no significant omissions
• Some general allusions to relevant portions of The Fourth Part of the World.
• Careful mechanics, with a few spelling or grammatical errors that do not affect readability.
may lack some organization or “voice”; thoughts and ideas presented via a
“stream-of-consciousness”
• Mostly correct Turabian formatting and citations.
Times New Roman 12 (footnotes in TNR 10)
Full citation used as “title”, centered at the top of the page.
Incorrect or inconsistent footnote format; may omit the use of “Ibid.”
3/B
Mediocre
• Rambling summary of the Source, demonstrating incomplete or poor comprehension.
• Little actual discussion of the Source’s content or significance.
few or no specific details and examples
poorly-chosen or “random” quotes that do not illustrate important points or contribute to
the discussion
superficial opinions or reactions, rather than considered, analytical thoughts: takes the
Source and author “at face value”
significant omissions of important content
• No connections to The Fourth Part of the World.
• Spelling or grammar errors and poor organization/structure significantly affect readability.
• Incorrect Turabian formatting and citations.
Incorrect font or footnote format.
Source not cited as “title”
2/C

Poor• Brief “summary” demonstrating incomplete or poor comprehension.
• No discussion of the Source’s content or significance.
few or no specific details and examples; superficial opinions or reactions
• No connections to The Fourth Part of the World.
• Pervasive spelling/grammar errors and poor organization/structure seriously affect readability.
• Incorrect Turabian formatting and citations.
Incorrect font; source not cited as “title”; footnotes missing or with significant errors in formatting
1/D

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