The Chicago citation style requires the authors of research papers to include a title page. Alternatively, authors can include the title on the first page of the paper's text; however, most instructors using Chicago style will request a full title page. If you are unsure about which format to use, check with your instructor.
On the title page you should include:
Purdue OWL has created a sample paper in Chicago style which can be helpful to look at. Looking at this sample title page you may notice that the instructor name has not been included. The exact formatting for Chicago style research paper title pages can vary. If in doubt, check with your professor!
INVESTIGATING ETHICS IN ARCHEOLOGICAL PRACTICE
Anthropology 240: Archeological Method and Theory
Professor Kanwaljit Gill
October 21, 2018
Headers and Page Numbers
In Chicago style:
To insert your name and page numbers using MS Word 2007: