My clients include professors from distinguished universities around the globe and right here in my own neighborhood. I also work with a select handful of independent authors, corporations, and institutions.
I have had the honor of working on books that have been published recently by Duke University Press, University of California Press, UNC Press, MIT Press, University of Texas Press, and Seven Stories Press, in addition to nearly every other scholarly publisher in the United States. To date, I have edited more than 60 books that have been published over the last decade or so, with more forthcoming.
Books in my portfolio have received numerous awards, including the Victor Turner Prize for Ethnographic Writing; the Katherine Singer Kovács award for outstanding scholarship in cinema and media studies; the John Hope Franklin Prize for the best book published in American studies; the National Women's Studies Association's Sarah A. Whaley Prize for the best book on women and labor; the Clifford Geertz Prize in the Anthropology of Religion; the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association’s prize for the best first book in Native American and Indigenous studies; the Smithsonian Secretary's Research Prize, Smithsonian Institution; and the Theodore Saloutos Book Award for the best book on any aspect of the immigration history of the United States.