Aside from an author whose name appears at the start of the entry, other people may be credited in the source as contributors. If their participation is important to your research or to the identification of the work, name the other contributors in the entry. (p. 37)
Precede each name (or group of names) with a description of the role. See below a list of common descriptors.
Below are common descriptors:
Sometimes contributors cannot be described with common descriptors listed above. The role must instead be expressed as a noun followed by a comma.
Here is an example:
general editor, Edwin H. Cady
guest editor, John K. Reeves
The editors of scholarly editions and of collections and the translators of works originally published in another language are usually recorded in documentation because they play key roles. (p. 37)
Here are some examples:
Chartier, Roger. The Order of Books: Readers, Authors, and Libraries in Europe between the
Fourteenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Translated by Lydia G. Cochrane, Stanford
Dewar, James A., and Peng Hwa Ang. "The Cultural Consequences of Printing and the
Internet." Agent of Change: Print Culture Studies after Elizabeth L. Eisenstein,
edited by Sabrina Alcorn Baron et al., U of Massachusetts P / Center for the
Book, Library of Congress, 2007, pp. 365-77.
If a source such as a film, television episode, or performance has many contributors, include the ones most relevant to your project. (p. 38)
Here is an example:
"Hush." Buffy the Vampire Slayer, created by Joss Whedon, performance by Sarah Michelle
Gellar, season 4, episode 10, Mutant Enemy, 1999.
A source contained in a collection may have a contributor who did not play a role in the entire collection. For instance, stories and poems in an anthology are often translated by various hands.
In these cases, identify the contributor(s) after the title of the source rather than after that of the collection. (p.38)
Fagih, Ahmed Ibrahim al-. The Singing of the Stars. Translated by Leila El Khalidi and
Christopher Tingley. Short Arabic Plays: An Anthology, edited by Salma Khadra
Jayyusi, Interlink Books, 2003, pp. 140-57.