How to Cite
The general editors of CADRE encourage scholars to use and cite this resource accurately in their own work.
Preferred Citation Style[edit | edit source]
Since the collaborative nature of a wiki will inevitably lead to multi-authored and -revised entries, we suggest beginning a citation to material on CADRE with the name of the entry rather than its author(s) or the names of the general editors. (NB. All contributors to a given entry are identified within the entry itself and its history page.)
Example: Using the latest MLA 8 style, a citation for the "Questions to Ask" entry in a "Works Cited" list would appear as follows:
- "Questions to Ask". CADRE: Co-Authored Drama in Renaissance England, gen. ed. Rory Loughnane and Brett Greatley-Hirsch, accessed 2 July, 2022, https://cadredb.net/index.php/Questions_to_Ask
Further Information[edit | edit source]
Because other citation styles may require more or less information, the following may be of assistance:
- Page Title: All entries have a page title, usually formatted for alphabetising purposes (e.g. "Blind Beggar of Bethnal Green, The")
- Resource Title: Co-Authored Drama in Renaissance England
- General Editors: Rory Loughnane and Brett Greatley-Hirsch
- Date of Publication: This is given at the bottom of an entry.
- URL: https://cadredb.net