As an educated generalist, I am a highly capable editor in fields across the humanities and social sciences, including cultural studies, history, literary studies, religion, education, and psychology. I have content specialization in anthropology, art history, Japanese studies (art, literature, history, and religion, especially premodern), museum studies, and sociology. As a bilingual (English and Japanese), I am adept at editing the writing of EFL authors. I also read and translate classical Japanese and edit translations from both modern and classical Japanese.
My nonfiction book projects have included the genres of memoir, self-help, business and management, art and photography, and travel. For organizational reports and communications, I edit especially in education and leadership. Beyond these specific fields, I copyedit and proofread a broad range of materials. Send me a message to find out if your project falls within my editing fields.
Arcadia Publishing, In 30 Minutes Guides, Michelmas Press, Routledge, Rowman & Littlefield, Springer/TMC Asser, Sutherland House
The Emily Dickinson Journal, International Journal of Project Management, Journal of Mixed Methods Research, Religions, Visual Anthropology, Work
Cambridge University, Case Western University, Columbia University, Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, Louisiana State University, Northwestern University, Ohio State University, Princeton University, University of California, Berkeley, University of Reading, University of Sydney, University of Vienna, Wesleyan University, Yale University
Center for Intercultural Communication, The Everest Project, Future Directors Institute, Harvard CAM (Chinese Art Media) Lab, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Manzanita Police Department, New Jersey State Bar Foundation, Wyoming Humanities Council