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  • The heading “Bibliography” is in bold and centered at the top of the list.
  • Enter one clean line break after the word "Bibliography."
  • Enter one clean line break between entries in the bibliography.
  • Entries in the bibliography should be alphabetical by author surname
  • Successive entries for the same author are arranged by title
  • If there is no named author, use the title, ignoring any articles (A, An or The)
  • Use a hanging indent for each entry (the second and subsequent lines are indented)
  • Spell out the full name of a group author



Barrett, Terry. Why Is That Art? New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.

Cook, Sara. "The Historical Jesus." THBS501: Biblical Studies, Power Point presentation, Australian Catholic University, August 20, 2018,

Esposito, John, Darrell Fashing, and Todd Lewis.World Religions Today. 5th ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.

Lack, Jessica, ed. Why Are We ‘Artists’?: 100 World Art Manifestos. Harmondsworth, U.K.: Penguin, 2017.

Daley, Linda. “This Photograph, These People and the Invention of Australian Indigenous Art.” Third Text 24, no. 6 (2010): 665-679.

McCarthy, Kevin F, Elizabeth Ondaatje, Laura Zakaras, and Arthur Brooks. Gifts of the Muse: Reframing the Debate About the Benefits of the Arts. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation, 2001.

Museum Victoria. Treasures of the Museum, Victoria, Australia. Melbourne: The Museum, 2004.

Porter, C. “Introduction to the Prophets.” THBS204: Biblical Prophets. Class Lecture at the Australian Catholic University," August 18th, 2018.

Rocha, Christine, and Michelle Barker. Buddhism in Australia: Traditions in Change. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.

Rowland, Tracey. Catholic Theology. London: T&T Clark, 2017.