Chapters or Articles from Books
When reference is made to a chapter or article in a book made up of contributions from several authors, the note must include the following (as well as the information required for books as set out above):
- The author of the article/chapter - as it is written in the book
- The title of the article/chapter - enclosed in single quotation marks
- The first and last page numbers of the article/chapter, following 'pp.'
- The specific page number(s) for the reference in brackets.
The name of the article or chapter should be followed by a comma, and 'in' should be written before the title of the book.
Douglas Service, 'Punting: Punts and Equipment', in Wildfowling, ed. by Eric Parker, The Lonsdale Library24 (London: Seeley Service, 1954), p. 221.
Brent D. Shaw, 'Who Were the Circumcellions?', in Vandals, Romans and Berbers: New Perspectives on Late Antique North Africa, ed. by A. H. Merrills (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004), pp. 227-58 (p. 229).