Similar to APA Style, in Chicago Style's Author-Date System, sources are cited in-text using parenthetical notes that include the author's late name and year of publication. Complete bibliographic information is compiled in a reference list at the end of the paper.
The Author-Date System is commonly used in the sciences and social sciences.
Galloway, Mollie K., Petra Callin, Shay James, Harriette Vimegnon, and Lisa McCall. 2019. “Culturally Responsive, Antiracist, or Anti-Oppressive? How Language Matters for School Change Efforts.” Equity & Excellence in Education 52, no. 4: 485–501. doi:10.1080/10665684.2019.1691959.
In-Text Citation: (Galloway et al. 2019, 486-91)
Kendi, Ibram X. 2019. How to be an Antiracist. New York: One World.
In-Text Citation: (Kendi 2019, 88-104)
Thomas, Traci. 2019. "The Short Stacks 22: Ibram X. Kendi//How to be an Antiracist," The Stacks. Podcast. https://thestackspodcast.com/2019/09/22/ss22.
In-Text Citation: (Thomas 2019)
Author-Date citations are comprised of the following information:
First author surname, first name and initial. Second author first name and last name. Date. Title. Publication Information.