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Harvard Referencing

Guide to the style of Harvard referencing required by Doncaster College.

Examples

Example of citation within the text - Paraphrasing

Bourne's Swan Lake pushes the boundaries of traditional gender roles in classical dance (Bourne, 2000). 

Example of how the reference for this source should appear:

Bourne, M. (2000) Swan Lake. [Saddler's Wells, London.  15 December 2003]

Dance Performances - points to note

The following format should be used when referencing Dance Peformances.

Choreographer's Surname, Initial. (Year premiered) Title of performance. [Venue, City of performance. Date of performance.]

You can adapt this reference to refer to the director or composer by substituting the choreographer.