Fine Art Department studentsat Rhodes University use the Harvard Referencing Style.
List references in alphabetical order in the Bibliography at the end of the essay
All Examples of reference types as detailed in the Fine Art Department handout
A reference to a book would include:
Author's name, initials. Date of publication. Title. Place of publication: publisher.
Example: Smith, J. 1990. A History of Mirrors: an investigation into reflected images inpictorial works of the Renaissance. London: Dent
For a chapter or essay in a book, you would include the editor and title of the book as follows:
Smith, J. 1991. 'Historical Mirrors', in J. Bloggs (ed.) Reflections in Art. New York: Ditton, pp. 22-94.
If you have referred to a translated book, you should include the name of the translator as follows:
Lacan, J. 1994. Seminar 8. Tr slated by D. Briggs. Columbia: University of Columbia Press.
For a journal reference, you should give:
Author's name, year, article title (in inverted commas), journal title, volume number, (issue number if there is one) and full pagination for the article.
Example: Smith, J. 1990. 'Mirrors in Art'. Art Quarterly 17 (3): 223-231.
The bibliographical form with Web sources is the same as with books and articles, except that you provide a web address where you would ordinarily include the book 's publishing details or the article's journal details. You should also indicate when you accessed the site.
Smith, J. 2004. More on mirrors. http://www .rellect'lbtog.comrmirrorstindex. Accessed on 4 Apri12008.
Interviews you have done should be cited by contents notes (see below) rather than via the so-called 'Harvard method'. In your note you would indicate, for example:
Interview with Joseph Smith, 15 April 2008, Grahamstown.
Extract taken from Fine Art Handout: