MHRA Referencing

Modern Humanities Research Association referencing style is generally used for the subjects based on humanities. This style is adopted by most of the academic institution as primary referencing style. It makes use of superscript sequential numerals in the footnotes

Referencing a Book

  • Author - forename and surname followed by a comma
  • Title in italics
  • Place of publication followed by a colon, publisher followed by a comma and date of publication all in parenthesis
John Taylor, MHRA Referencing (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003).

Referencing a Journal

  • Author - forename and surname followed by a comma
  • Title of article in single quotation marks followed by a comma
  • Title of journal in italics followed by a comma
  • Volume number
  • Publication date in brackets followed by a comma
  • Page numbers followed by a full stop.
John Taylor, 'MHRA Referencing', Referencing Today, 12 (2003), pp. 33-40.

Referencing an electronic source

  • Author - forename and surname followed by a comma
  • Title of article in single quotation marks
  • Title of source in italics followed by a comma
  • Publication details (volume, issue, date)
  • URL
  • Date accessed in square brackets.
John Taylor, 'MLA Referencing', Referencing Online, 2, 9 August 2007, [9 August, 2008]
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