Thanks to Chuck Smith and Stephan Bloom,
Turabian 8th ed. templates for student papers, theses and dissertations are now available for download in Microsoft Word 97-2003,
2010 and 2013 formats on the Resources - templates page.
If part of the title is in italics
you have to decide whether it is another title within the title or is
it a term such as names of ships or species names, etc.
If it is a title, enclose it in double quotation marks.
If it is a term, input it in italics as instructed below.
To add italics type in the title box:
Non italic text<i>text in title in italics</i>
non italic text
For more info consult Turabian 7th ed., p. 182. U.S. Statutes Explained Statutes are bills or resolutions that have been passed into law. It may be assigned various identifiers in the process. For example, National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 has three sets of identifiers —
Pub L 91-190 Sec. 102 83 STAT 56 42 U.S.C. 4332
This example is used to explain how to input specific document identifier in this form. Please provide at least one of these document identifiers.
U.S. Congressional Publications - Statutes, Law, and U.S. Code