Examples of notes style

Full notes style
(used without a full bibliography)
All references to a work after the first one should use the shortened form shown below.

Books

One Author
1. David Rothenberg, Sudden Music (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2002).

Two Authors
2. Liam P. Unwin and Joseph Galloway, Peace in Ireland (Boston: Stronghope Press, 1990).

Edited Volume
3. Rochelle Johnson and Daniel Patterson, eds., Susan Fenimore Cooper: New Essays on "Rural Hours" and Other Works (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2001).

Edited Volume(s) of a Single Author's Work
4. Ralph Waldo Emerson, The Later Lectures of Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1843–1871, 2 vols., ed. Ronald A. Bosco and Joel Myerson (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2001).

Chapter or Part of a Book
5. Wayne Franklin, "Under the Table: Susan Fenimore Cooper and the Construction of Her Father's Reputation," in Susan Fenimore Cooper: New Essays on "Rural Hours" and Other Works, ed. Rochelle Johnson and Daniel Patterson (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2001), 3-21.
(page numbers are optional)

Journal

6. David L. Chappell, "The Divided Mind of Southern Segregationists," Georgia Historical Quarterly 82, no. 1 (1998): 45-72.


Shortened notes style
(used with a full bibliography)

Books

One Author
1. Rothenberg, Sudden Music, 20.

Two Authors
2. Unwin and Galloway, Peace in Ireland, 42.

Edited Volume
3. Johnson and Patterson, Susan Fenimore Cooper, 82.

Edited Volume(s) of a Single Author's Work
4. Emerson, Later Lectures, 1:45.

Chapter or Part of a Book
5. Franklin, "Under the Table," 7.

Journal

6. Chappell, "The Divided Mind," 52.