Academic Copy Editing

In the academic realm, I have copy edited numerous and diverse academic books, in both UK English and US English, among them:
  • Placing the Modern Chinese Vernacular in Transnational Literature, by Gang Zhou (2010, Palgrave Macmillan).
  • Letters of the Divine Word: The Perfections of God in Karl Barth's Church Didactics, by Robert P. Price (2010, T&T Logo/Continuum).
  • Nobility, Faith and Masculinity: The Hospitaller Knights of Malta (1580-1700), by Emanuel Buttigieg (2010, Continuum).
  • Re-assessing the Theatre of the Absurd, by Michael Y. Bennett (2010, Palgrave Macmillan).
  • Mathematics, Ideas and the Physical Real, by Albert Lautman (translated by Simon Duffy) (2011, Continuum).
  • Education and Democracy in Senegal, by Michelle Kuenzi (2011, Palgrave Macmillan).
  • Islam, Modernity, and the Human Sciences, by Ali Zaidi (2011, Palgrave Macmillan).
  • Refugees and the End of Empire: Imperial Collapse and Forced Migration in the Twentieth Century, edited by Panikos Panayi and Pippa Verdee (2011, Palgrave Macmillan).
  • Kurdish Identity, Discourse, and New Media, by Jaffer Sheyholislami (2011, Palgrave Macmillan).
  • John Calvin's Ecclesiology: Ecumenical Perspectives, by Gerard Mannion and Eduardus Van der Borght (2011, Continuum).
  • The Guattari Effect, edited by Andrew Goffey and Éric Alliez (2011, Continuum).
  • The Zaza Kurds of Turkey, by Mehmed S. Kaya (2011, I.B. Tauris).
  • Making the Progressives Case: Towards a Stronger U.S. Economy, David Coates (2011, Continuum).
  • Melville and Aesthetics, edited by Samuel Otter and Geoffrey Sanborn (2011, Palgrave Macmillan).
  • Early Greek Thought: Before the Dawn, by James Luchte (2011, Continuum).
  • King Lear: A Critical Guide, edited by Andrew Hiscock and Lisa Hopkins (2011, Continuum).
  • Children's Literature in Context, by Fiona McCulloch (2011, Continuum).
  • e-Lexicography: The Internet, Digital Initiatives and Lexicography, edited by Henning Bergenholtz and Pedro Fuertes-Olivera (2011, Continuum).
  • Sex Scandals in American Politics: A Multidisciplinary Approach, edited by Alison Dagnes (2011, Continuum).
  • Rock 'n' Roll Dances of the 1950s, by Lisa Jo Sagolla (2011, ABC-Clio/Greenwood).
  • Empathy in Education, by Bridget Cooper (2011, Continuum).
  • Words, Images and Performances in Translation, edited by Rita Wilson and Brigid Maher (2011, Continuum).
  • War and Governance: International Security in a Changing World Order, by Richard Weitz (2011, ABC-Clio/Praeger).
  • Positive Classroom Management Skills for School Librarians, by Kay Bishop and Jenny Cahall (2012, ABC-Clio/Libraries Unlimited).
  • Multimodality and Active Listenership, by Dawn Knight (2011, Continuum).
  • New Technology and Education, by Anthony Edwards (2011, Continuum).
  • Global Energy Innovation: Why America Must Lead, by Woodrow W. Clark and Grant Cooke (2011, ABC-Clio/Praeger).
  • School and System Leadership: Changing Roles for Primary Headteachers, by Susan Robinson (2011, Continuum).
  • Personhood and Presence: Self as a Resource for Spiritual and Pastoral Care, by Ewan Kelly (2011, T&T Clark).
  • Plastic Surgery, by Lana Thompson (2012, ABC-Clio/Greenwood/Praeger).
  • The Historical Jesus: A Guide for the Perplexed, by Helen K. Bond (2012, T&T Clark/Continuum).
  • Comparative Politics, by David Samuels (2012, Pearson/Longman & Co)/
  • Case Studies in Comparative Politics, by David Samuels (2012, Pearson/Longman & Co).
  • The Secret Reasons Why Teachers Are Not Using Web 2.0 Tools and What Librarians Can Do About It, by Peggy Milam Creighton (2012, ABC-Clio, LLC).
  • Medical Tourism: A Reference Handbook, by Kathy Stolley and Stephanie Watson (2012, ABC-Clio/Greenwood/Praeger).
  • Bookmarking: Beyond the Basics, by Alicia E. Vanderboek (2012, ABC-Clio/Linworth).
  • DIY Style: Fashion, Music, and Global Digital Cultures, by Brent Luvaas (2012, Berg).
  • Beyond Just War: A Virtue Ethics Approach, by David K. Chan (2012, Palgrave Macmillan).
  • Liberal Internationalism: The Interwar Peace Movement in Britain, by Michael Pugh (2012, Palgrave Macmillan).
  • Religious Objects in Museums: Private Lives and Public Duties, by Crispin Paine (2012, Berg Publishers).
  • Travel Writing and the Natural World 1768-1840, by Paul Smethurst (2013, Palgrave Macmillan).
  • The Child Survivor: Healing Developmental Trauma and Dissociation, by Joyanna L. Silberg (2013, Taylor & Francic/Routledge).
  • Child Forensic Psychology: Victim and Eyewitness Memory, edited by Robyn Holliday and Tammy Marche (2013, Palgrave Macmillan).
  • Analytics for Managers: With Excel, by Peter Bell and Gregory Zaric (2012, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Indie 2.0: Change and Continuity in Contemporary American Indie Film, by Geoff King (2013, Palgrave Macmillan).
  • A Philosophy of the Screenplay, by Ted Nannicelli (2012, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • A Philosophy of Material Culture, by Beth Preston (2012, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Relational, Networked, and Collaborative Approaches to Public Diplomacy: The Connective Mindshift, edited by R. S. Zaharna, Amelia Arsenault, and Ali Fisher (2013, Routledge/Taylor &Francis).
  • Roman Theories of Translation: Surpassing the Source, by Siobhan McElduff (2013, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Women as Political Leaders: Studies in Gender and Governing, by Michael A. Genovese and Janie Steckenrider (2013, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Saudi Arabia and Iran: Soft Power Rivalry in the Middle East, by Simon Paul Mabon (2013, IB Taurus).
  • Spoken and Written Discourse in Online Interactions: A Multimodal Approach, by Maria Grazia Sindoni (2013, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Town and Gown: Legal Strategies for Effective Collaboration, edited by Cynthia A. Baker and Patricia E. Salkin (2013, ABA Publishing).
  • American Theology, Superhero Comics, and Cinema, by Arthur R. Mills (2013, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Writings on the Sober Life: The Art and Grace of Living Long, by Alvise Cornaro (2013, University of Toronto Press).
  • Displaying the Ideals of Antiquity: The Petrified Gaze, by Johannes Siapkas and Lena Sjögren (2013, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Coaching for Change, by John L. Bennett and Mary Wayne Bush (2014, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Starting a Successful Clinical Practice in Clinical Psychology and Counseling: A Guide for Students in Psychology and New Career Psychologists, by Owen J. Bargreen (2014, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Racialized Schools: Understanding and Addressing Racism in Schools, by Jesse A. Brinson and Shannon D. Smith (2014, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • The Historical Origins of Terrorism in America, 1644-1880, by Robert Kunamoto (2014, Routledge/New York and London).
  • Radio's Digital Dilemma: Broadcasting in the Twenty-First Century, by John Nathan Anderson (2014, Routledge/New York and London).
  • Framing Environmental Disaster: Environmental Advocacy and the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, by Melissa K. Merry (2014, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Academic Assessment and Intervention, edited by Steven Little and Angeliqe Akin-Little (2014, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Linking Families, Learning, and Schooling: Parent-Research Perspectives, edited by Bobbie Kabuto and Prisca Martens (2014, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • The Making of Hispano-Flemish Style: Art, Commerce, and Politics in Fifteenth-Century Castile, by Ronda Kasl (2014, Brepols Press).
  • Rebuilding Research Writing: Strategies for Sparking Informational Inquiry, by Nanci Werner-Burke, Karin Knaus, and Amy Helt DeCamp (2014, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Multimodal Approaches to Research and Pedagogy: Recognition, Resources, and Access, edited by Arlene Archer and Denise Newfield (2014, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Tullio Lombardo, by Anne Markham Schultz (2014, Brepols Press).
  • The Age of Intelligent Cities: Smart environments and innovation-for-all strategies, by Nicos Komninos (2014, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Just War and the Ethics of Espionage, by Darrell Cole (2014, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Laura Ingalls Wilder, American Writer on the Prairie, by Sallie Ketcham (2014, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Post-Treaty Politics: Secretariat Influence in Global Environmental Governance, by Sikina Jinnah (2014, MIT Press).
  • Buddhism, the Internet, and Digital Media: The Pixel in the Lotus, edited by Gregory Price Grieve and Daniel Veidlinger (2014, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Believing Against the Evidence: Agency and the Ethics of Belief, by Miriam Schleifer McCormick (2014, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Feminism and Religion in the 21st Century: Technology, Dialogue, and Expanding Borders, by Gina Messina-Dysert and Rosemary Ruether (2015, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Routledge Reader on Electronic Media History, edited by Donald G. Godfrey and Susan L. Brinson (2015, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Practicing Critical Oral History: Connecting School and Community, by Christine K. Lemley (2017, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Ethical Leadership: Project with a Moral Compass, by Joan Marques (2018, Routledge/Taylor & Francis).
  • Design Engineer's Sourcebook, by Keith L. Richards (2018, CRC Press/Taylor & Francis).
  • Carbohydrate Chemistry: Proven Synthetic Methods, vol. 4, by Christian Vogel (2018, CRC Press/Taylor & Francis).

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