References in the Chicago style format (notes and bibliography) for the texts we read. [I have added some additional info in [ ] to help you identify the text, but that does not go into the note or bibliography.]
- Note that for footnotes you will need to adjust the format!
- Note that in a bibliography you put all items in one list in alphabetical order of the surname of the author, you do not separate them out like I do here. (This is just for your convenience’s sake, since formatting for articles, books and videos/URLs is slightly different.)
- (If there is no known author, you can use the title of the piece for the alphabetical order.)
Articles in journals and magazines:
- Chen, Tsu-lung. “Note on Wang Fu’s Cha Chiu Lun,” Sinologica 6 (1961): 271–87.
- [Note: this is the base text for ” The Debate between Mr. Tea and Mr. Alcohol”]
- Lu, Yu. “Classic of Tea“. Global Tea Hut 44 (September 2015): 31-64.
- Orwell, George. “A Nice Cup of Tea”. The Evening Standard, 12 January, 1946.
Chapters from books with an editor.
- Hall, John Whitney. “On the Future History of Tea”. In Tea in Japan: Essays on the History of Chanoyu, edited by Paul Varley and Kumakura Isao, 243-254. Honolulu: Univ. of Hawai’i Press, 1989.
- McNeil, William H. “The Historical Significance of the Way of Tea.” In Tea in Japan: Essays on the History of Chanoyu, edited by Paul Varley and Kumakura Isao, 255-263. Honolulu: Univ. of Hawai’i Press, 1989.
- “The Western Intrusion into China”. In Sources of Chinese Tradition, Vol. 2: From 1600 through the Twentieth Century, edited by Wm. Theodore De Bary and Richard John Lufrano, 199-205. 2nd ed. Introduction to Asian Civilization. New York: Columbia University Press, 1999.
- [contained Lin Zexu’s letter to Queen Victoria]
(we read extracts but with single author books you always refer to the whole book. In the footnote: give the EXACT page number(s) where you found the information)
- Benn, James A. Tea in China : A Religious and Cultural History. Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi Press, 2015.
- [This contains the section on “The Divine Husbandman invents tea”.]
- Towler, Solala. Cha Dao : The Way of Tea, Tea As a Way of Life. London: Singing Dragon, 2010.
- [This contains the chapter “A Brief History of Tea”.]
- Okakura, Kakuzō. The Book of Tea. Auckland, N.Z.: Floating Press, 2009.
- [Contains “The Cup of Humanity” and “The Tea-room”]
- Pauli, Simon. A Treatise on Tobacco, Tea, Coffee, and Chocolate. Translated by Dr. James. London: T. Osborne, 1746. Eighteenth Century Online Collection, https://muhlenberg.on.worldcat.org/oclc/508807948.
- [Contains the 17th century negative review of tea, as unsuitable for Europeans]
- Sadler, A. L. Cha-No-Yu : The Japanese Tea Ceremony. Rutland, Vt.: C.E. Tuttle, 1977. First published 1933 by J.L Thompson & Co.
- [This contains the poetry and rules for tea from Sen Rikyu.]
- Standage, Tom. A History of the World in 6 Glasses. New York: Bloomsbury 2005.
- Surak, Kristin. Making Tea, Making Japan : Cultural Nationalism in Practice. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 2013.
- [We read a section from Chapter 2: “Creating Tea: The National Transformation of a Cultural Practice”]
- Wilkinson, Endymion. Chinese History: A New Manual. Fifth Edition. Endymion Wilkinson, c/o Harvard University. 2018.
- [This contains the section on tea in the chapter “Food and Drink”.]
- Young, Alfred F. The Shoemaker and the Tea Party : Memory and the American Revolution. History (booknotes). Boston, Mass.: Beacon Press, 1999.
- Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives, William Almack: Journal, MS Add.9529
- [can be abbreviated the second time you refer to it to Almack Journal]
- Warner, Adam, dir. This World. Season 11, episode 1, “The Tea Trail With Simon Reeve”. BBC 2014. https://search-alexanderstreet-com.muhlenberg.idm.oclc.org/view/work/bibliographic_entity%7Cvideo_work%7C3366596.
- Cooper Tea Company. “The Heart of Tea Manufacturing”. Accessed Oct. 9. 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=4&v=bPu2_2i7HRs
- Farmer Leaf. “Artisanal Black Tea Processing”. Accessed Oct. 9. 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2atvIhzjUs
- Discovery and Science Channel. “How it’s Made: Tea”. Accessed. Oct. 9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=jaHrUfRjmqE