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This guide introduces the Harvard referencing style and includes examples of citations.

Book (printed, two or three authors)

To be made up of:

  • Author/editor.
  • Year of publication (in round brackets).
  • Title (in italics).
  • Edition (only include the edition number if it is not the first edition).
  • Place of publication: publisher.
  • Series and volume number (where relevant).

In-text citation:

  • (Reiss and White, 2013, p.6)

Reference List

Reiss, M.J. and White, J. (2013). An aims-based curriculum: the significance of human flourishing for schools. London: IOE Press.

Book (Printed, Four to Seven Authors)

To be made up of:

  • Authors/editors.
  • Year of publication (in round brackets).
  • Title (in italics).
  • Edition (only include the edition number if it is not the first edition).
  • Place of publication: publisher.
  • Series and volume number (where relevant).

In-text citation:

(Sant et al., 2013)

Reference List:

Sant, E., Davies, I., Pashby, K. and Shultz, L. (2018). Global citizenship education: a critical introduction to key concepts and debates. London: Bloomsbury.

Book (Printed, Eight or More Authors)

For books with eight or more authors or editors, you can follow the guidance at https://library-guides.ucl.ac.uk/harvard/authors.

Book (Printed, with Authors and Editors)

To be made up of:

  • Author 
  • Year of publication (in round brackets).
  • Title (in italics).
  • Edition (only include the edition number if it is not the first edition).
  • Editor/editors.
  • Place of publication: publisher.
  • Series and volume number (where relevant).

In-text citation:

(Lucas, 2004)

Reference list:

Lucas, G. (2004). The wonders of the universe. 2nd edn. Edited by Frederick Jones, James Smith and Tony Bradley. London: Smiths.