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MLA Style Guide: Conferences

This guide covers how in-text citations and references should be formatted in the MLA Style, 9th Edition.

Conferences

Reference: Author last name, First name. "Title of paper." Title of Published Proceedings: Proceedings of Title of conference, Location, Date, edited by First name Last name. Publisher, Date of publication, Link/URL.

Example: Hoff, Annette. "Law and Landscape." Land Sea and Home: Proceedings of a Conference on Viking Settlement, Cardiff, Jul. 2001, edited by John Hines, Alan Lane and Mark Redknap. Maney, 2004.

In-Text-Citation: 

  • (Author(s) Last name Page no)
  • (Page no)

Example:

  • By separating Danish customary law from Canon law, a chronological progression in the organisation of agricultural practices can be determined (Hoff 433).
  • Annette Hoff suggests that by separating Danish customary law...(433).

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