Citation Elements in order:
1 Speaker: Dorothy Q. Thomas
2 Date of presentation: October 22, 2009
3 Title of presentation: Are Americans Human? An Ex-Patriot's Guide to the Future of Progressive Politics in the U.S
4 Hosting organization: Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, Raymond & Beverly Sackler Distinguished Lecture Series. And University of Connecticut Law School.
5 Location: Hartford, CT
Bibliographical references are single-spaced and indented after the first line. Note the capitalization of title of lecture.
Thomas, D. Q. (2009, October). Are Americans human? An Ex-Patriot's guide to the future of
progressive politics in the U.S. Paper presented at University of Connecticut Law School,
Thomas J. Dodd Research Center's Raymond & Beverly Sackler Distinguished Lecture
Series, Hartford, CT.
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name and the date of publication:
Alternatively, you can integrate the citation into the sentence by means of narrative, like so:
Thomas (2009) discusses the direction of U.S. progressive politics.
Special Thanks to Trinity College as well as UConn