Celia Braves is a Toronto-based professional indexer dedicated to delivering a finely-crafted product. Skilled in the nuances of academic language and argumentation, she has an acute understanding of scholarly writing and approaches each project with sensitivity and objectivity. The final result is a personalized product made from a creative and engaged mind, through a discerning eye attentive to the smallest of details, and from a genuine lover of books, all converging on the goal of bringing clarity and impact to your brave, new words.
Celia specializes in the indexing of critical scholarship, namely monographs, co-edited books, and journals. She has developed long-standing working relationships with authors and university presses worldwide, and a new connection with the Ontario Historical Society, for which she indexed 20+ years of Ontario History journals.
With over a decade of indexing experience, Celia is versed in topics ranging across the humanities and social sciences and into the social studies of science. Subjects include anthropology, geography, environmental studies and resource management, urban planning, labour politics and Marxism, social activism, feminist theory, film and media studies, gender and identity politics, Indigenous peoples, Black history, French history, and Canadian history.
Celia is committed to working hard to help you reach your goals and exceed your expectations.
If you require expertise in a specialized topic or subject matter, she is more than happy to discuss your needs and specifications.
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