[OS X TeX] How to suppress automatic sectioning in bibliography?

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Sat May 14 09:58:16 CEST 2005

Le 12 mai 05 à 17:27, Mika Luoma-aho a écrit :

> I am putting finishing touches on a {scrartcl} using package  
> {chicago}. I know how to hide the number before a section-title by  
> doing a \section*{Acknowledgements}, but would also like to  
> suppress automatic sectioning of the \bibliography, i.e. the number  
> before References. Don't know how to do that, I'm afraid.

That's by redefining the thebibliography environment, i.e. the  
command \thebibliography from chicago.sty. I've not studied it (I'm  
not using chicago.sty), but generally I redefine thebibliography as  
follows, to turn it into an environment taking the bibliography  
section name as its argument (replacing \refname) and producing  
unnumbered references, in a slightly smaller font (at \footnotesize):



Bruno Voisin

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