Books by more authors

Gibaldi, Joseph. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. 6th ed. New
York: MLA, 2003.
Books by one author or editor:
Hall, S. Encoding/Decoding. London: Hutchinson, 1980.
Biale, David, ed. Cultures of the Jews: A New History. New York: Schocken, 2002.
Books by more than one author or editor:
Randall, John E., Gerald R. Allen, and Roger C. Stene. Fishers of the Great Barier
Reef and Carol Sea. Hanolulu: U of Hawaii P, 1997.
Rabkin, Eric S., Martin H. Greenberg, and Joseph D. Olander, eds. No Place Else:
Explorations in Utopian and Dystopian Fiction. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP,
Book with one author, translated by another:
Muller, Melissa. Anne Frank: The Biography. Trans. Rita and Robert Kimber. New York:
Metropolitan, 1998.
Two or more books by the same author:
Scott, Susan. Exploring Hanauma Bay. Honolulu: U of Hawaii P, 1993.
---. Plants and Animals of Hawaii. Honolulu: Bess Pres, 1991.
Feldman, Paula R., ed. British Women Poets of the Romantic Era. Baltimore: John
Hopkins UP, 1997.
Encyclopedias and Reference Books:
Author of Article (if given). "Article Title." Title of Book. City of Publication: Publisher,
Lesko, Leonard H. "Pyramids." The World Book Encyclopedia. 2001.
Fagan, Jeffrey. "Gangs and Drugs." Encyclopedia of Drugs, Alcohol and Addictive Behavior.
Ed. Rosalyn Carson DeWitt. 2nd ed. 4 vols. New York: Macmillan, 2001.
An Article in a Journal:
Author. "Title of Article." Title of Journal Volume number. Issue number (Year): Page(s).
Sollors, Werner. “W.E.B Du Bois in Nazi Germany, 1936.” American Studies 44.2 (1999):
Ben-Zvi, Linda. “Staging the Other Israel: The Documentary Theatre of Nola Chilton.” The
Drama Review 50.3 (Fall 2006): 42-55.
An Article in a Newspaper:
Author. "Title of Article." Name of Newspaper Date, edition: Page(s). Take the name of the
newspaper from the masthead, but omit any introductory article. If the article is not on
consecutive pages, write the first page number and a plus sign: B1+.
Daranciang, Nelson. "Sex Offender Web Site Debated." Honolulu Star-Bulletin 8 Apr. 2004,
night final ed.: A3.
A Work in an Anthology or Collection of Essays:
Sattelmeyer, Robert. “Thoreau and Emoerson.” The Cambridge Companion to Henry David
Thoreau. Ed. Joel Myerson. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1995. 25-39.
Entire Website:
Name of site (who owns the site). Date of posting/revision. Name of institution/organization
affliated with the site (sometimes found in copyright statements). Date you accessed the site
[eloctronic address].
Felluga, Dino. Guide to Literary and Critical Theory. 28 Nov. 2003. Purdue University. 10
May 2006 <>.
Page on a website:
“How to Make Vegetarian Chili.” 10 May 2006
Stolley, Karl. “MLA Formatting and Style Guide.” The OWL at Purdue. 10 May 2006.
Purdue Univesity Writing Lab. 12 May 2006
Film, Movie:
Short forms may be used, e.g. dir. (directed by), narr. (narrated by), perf. (performers), prod.
(produced by), writ. (written by). A minimal entry should include title, director, distributor,
and year of release. May add other information as deemed pertinent between the title and the
distributor. If citing a particular person involved in the film or movie, begin with name of that
Burton, Tim, dir. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Based on book by Roald Dahl. Perf.
Johnny Depp. Warner, 2005.
Monster-in-Law. Dir. Robert Luketic. Writ. Anya Kochoff. Prod. Paula Weinstein,
Chris Bender, and J.C. Spink. Perf. Jennifer Lopez and Jane Fonda. New Line, 2005.
Blair, Tony. Interview. Prime Minister's Office. 31 May 2003. 13 Apr. 2006
Chirac, Jacques. Interview. Time 16 Feb. 2003. 10 Oct. 2005
Longin, Hellmut. Telephone interview. 3 May 2006.
Neilsen, Jerry. E-mail interview. 28 Apr. 2006.
Wyse, Randall. Personal interview. 24 July 2005.
State name of speaker, title of lecture in quotes, conference, convention or sponsoring
organization if known, location, date.
Bradley, Vicki. "Marriage." Agnes Arnold Hall, U of Houston. 15 Mar. 2003.
Painting, photograph, sculpture, architecture, or other art form:
Components for citing original artwork: 1) Name of artist. 2) Title of artwork, underlined. 3)
Date artwork created. 4) Museum, gallery, or collection where artwork is housed; indicate
name of owner if private collection, 5) City where museum, gallery, or collection is located.
Ashoona, Kiawak. Smiling Family. 1966. McMichael Canadian Art Collection,
Kleinburg, ON.
Brancusi, Constantin. The Kiss. 1909. Tomb of T. Rachevskaia, Montparnasse
Cemetery, Paris.
Unpublished dissertations, theses:
State author, title of unpublished dissertation or thesis in quotes, label Diss. or MA thesis,
name of university, and year.
Elmendorf, James. "The Military and the Mall: Society and Culture in Long Beach,
California." BA thesis. Hampshire College, 1995.
Jackson, Marjorie. "The Oboe: A Study of Its Development and Use." Diss. Columbia U,
Underline title if dissertation is published:
Chan, Marjorie K.M. Fuzhou Phonology: A Non-Linear Analysis of Tone and Stress. Diss. U
of Washington, 1985.