Answered By: Anna Simon Last Updated: May 22, 2018 Views: 98
Class notes qualify as "a lecture, a speech, an address, or a reading" in section 5.7.11 of the 2009 MLA Handbook.
The Handbooks states:
In a citation of an oral presentation, give the speaker's name; the title of the presentation (if known), in quotation marks; the meeting and the sponsoring organization (if applicable); the location; and the date. Use an appropriate descriptive label (Address, Lecture, Keynote, speech, Reading), neither italicized nor enclosed in quotation marks, to indicate the form of delivery.
Alter, Robert, and Marilynne Robinson. "Archive Trauma." Archive Trouble. MLA Annual Convention. Hyatt Regency, Chicago. 29 Dec. 2007. Address.