I'm writing a physics Ph.D. thesis in Chicago style and I'd like to include an "additional resources" section at the end of each chapter. This section would include articles, websites, etc. which I may not necessarily have directly used in a section (and therefore don't need to cite), but which I think an interested reader may find enlightening. An example would be a journal article which includes a long derivation of an equation which I reference, but which is really out of the scope of my thesis itself.
At the moment, I make a "mini bibliography" (called "Additional Resources") --- formatted exactly like a normal Chicago Bibliography --- at the end of each chapter, and have the "Bibliography" at the end of the whole thesis. Does having this "additional resources" section agree with Chicago style? Are there any clear guidelines on formatting Ph.D. theses in the Chicago handbook? I've tried searching online but all I can find are guidelines on how to cite Ph.D. theses, not how to actually format them as they're being written.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.