- Title page with your name, class, date, and the title of the paper. List anyone who gave you help or advice under "Help Received".
- Body of the paper should be typed, double-spaced, with 1" margins. Ten point type is preferred. 8 1/2 x 11", white paper.
- You may use footnotes, endnotes or notes in parentheses in the text. If you use endnotes or footnotes they should be numbered consecutively throughout the document, and appear in standard historical footnote form:
Book: Author's first name then last name, title of book (underlined), place of publication, publisher, date of publication (all in parentheses), page number of citation.
Francis Dvornik, The Origins of Intelligence Services, (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1974) p. 55.
Article: Author's first name, last name, title of article (in quotes), title of journal (underlined) volume number, date, page numbers.
Rose Mary Sheldon, "Tradecraft in Ancient Greece", Studies in Intelligence 30,1 (1986), pp. 39-47.
A list of all works used should be listed at the back of the paper. This is a separate listing from the footnotes. The books and articles should be in alphabetical order.
Books: Author's last name, first name, title of book (underlined), place and date of publication.
Sealey, Raphael, A History of the Greek City States, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1976.
Articles: Author's last name, first name, title of article (in quotation marks), title of journal (underlined), volume number, date, page numbers.
Sheldon, Rose Mary, "The Roman Secret Service", Intelligence Quarterly 1(1985), pp. 7-8.
Ancient authors get cited by book, chapter and verse in the footnotes. For example, Plutarch, Caesar 13. Or Tacitus Annals, 2.13.5. In the bibliography they must appear with name of author, name of work cited, the translator, publisher, year of publication and place of publication.