Some writers still use underlining if italicizing is not an option, but generally it’s considered outdated.You should also note that these guidelines apply to titles that appear in a text and are surrounded by other words.
Art | Economics | History | Law | Literature | Music | Philosophy | Political Theory | Religion | Science | Sociology | War and Peace Alphabetical List of all Titles | Liberty Fund Books online These are places to go to if you are looking for books, articles, pamphlets, audio, and other titles: Subject Areas (Disciplines): Every book/title in the OLL collection is assigned to one or more of the 12 main Subject Areas or Disciplines.
Topics: Many titles are assigned to more specialized Topics such as, Free Trade, Freedom of Speech, or Natural Rights.
Titles of short works like poems, articles, short stories, or chapters should be put in quotation marks.
Titles of books that form a larger body of work may be put in quotation marks if the name of the book series is italicized.
You don’t have to italicize the title of your thesis, for example, when it appears on the cover.
Let’s say you want to write the title of an article or book chapter. For shorter pieces of work or works that don’t stand alone but are part of a greater whole, you should use quotation marks.These lists change as more material is added to the OLL. Special Collections: Some of the collections in the OLL are particularly noteworthy for their scholarly importance, such as the Liberty Fund edition of the works of Ludwig von Mises (20 titles) and the Toronto University Press edition of (32 volumes).Other Collections: Wherever possible, we put online multi-volume collections (also called “sets”) of the works of key individuals, such as Thomas Jefferson or James Madison, William Shakespeare, or Thomas Macaulay.What happens if you have more than one title, for instance?If you have, say, a collection of novels in one book (let’s take, for example, all three If you have two titles in one sentence (for example, a book title and a chapter title), the title of the larger work should be italicized, and the smaller work should be in quotation marks. See if you can emphasize the titles in the following sentences!It is a useful way to sample some of the material in the OLL collection.Anthologies: In order to make some material more readily accessible, we have created anthologies of the some of the best material in the OLL collection.Titles at the top of the page or on the front cover don’t require italics or underlining.Their separation from the rest of the text is already enough to get the reader’s attention.Different style guides have different standards for italics and underlining titles, so you’ll need to learn which to use.Shorter Works: Titles of full works like books or newspapers should be italicized.