Do Mi Stauber won the 2007 H.W. Wilson Award for Excellence in Indexing for her index to “The Self Possessed: Deity and Spirit Possession in South Asian Literature and Civilization” by Frederick M. Smith, published by Columbia University Press. For a look at the winning index, click here.
Do Mi has indexed scholarly books, textbooks and reference books in the social sciences and humanities since 1986. She is a past chair of the judging committee for the H.W. Wilson Award for Excellence in Indexing, and as well as Facing the Text, is the author of “Jewels in the Cavern: The Special Challenges of Scholarly Indexing.”
Do Mi Stauber Indexing Service guarantees expert, accurate back-of-the-book indexing, tailored to your style and format specifications. I meet deadlines.
Social sciences and humanities, including reference works, textbooks, and government documents. Subject specialties: history, sociology, psychology, education, African American studies, women’s studies, gay/lesbian studies.
Current and past clients include:
Cengage, McGraw-Hill, Gale Group, Columbia University Press, Cornell University Press, University of California Press, Oxford University Press, University of Chicago Press, U.S. Department of State
For more information, e-mail Do Mi or call 541-461-4570.