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ADST Oral History & Moments Citation Guide

Oral History Citations

Chicago:

Footnote:
Interviewee Firstname Lastname, interview by Firstname Lastname, Foreign Affairs Oral History Collection, The Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training, date, URL
Bibliography:
Interviewee Lastname Firstname. Foreign Affairs Oral History Collection. By Firstname Lastname. The Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training, date. URL

MLA (MLA Handbook, 8th ed.):

Interviewee Last name, First name. “ (Interviewee name) Oral history interview.” By Name of Interviewer, Day Month Year of Interview. The Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training, URL. Day Month Year of access.

APA:

Interviewee Last Name, First Name. (Year, Month Day). Oral history interview with Interviewee Full Name/Interviewer: Full Name. Transcript. Foreign Affairs Oral History Collection. Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training, VA.

Moment Citation Examples:

Chicago:

“Remembering Bob Hawke, Australia’s Colorful Prime Minister.” Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training. May 2019. Accessed June 5, 2019. https://adst.org/2019/05/remembering-bob-hawke-australias-colorful-prime-minister/.

MLA:

“Remembering Bob Hawke, Australia’s Colorful Prime Minister.” Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training, 21 May 2019, adst.org/2019/05/remembering-bob-hawke-australias-colorful-prime-minister/.

APA:

Remembering Bob Hawke, Australia’s Colorful Prime Minister. (2019, May). Retrieved June 5, 2019, from https://adst.org/2019/05/remembering-bob-hawke-australias-colorful-prime-minister/