Indexing history

Kevin Joel Berland, Starfish House’s indexing specialist, has provided indexes for these books:

Bloomsbury Visual Arts:

  • Serena Dyer and Chloe Wigston Smith, editors. Material Literacy in Eighteenth-Century Britain: A Nation of Makers (2020).

Bucknell University Press:

  • Edgar Landgraf and Elliot Schreiber, editors. Play in the Age of Goethe: Theories, Narratives, and Practices of Play around 1800 (2020).
  • Jason Farr. Novel Bodies: Disability and Sexuality in Eighteenth-Century British Literature (2019).
    Manu S. Chander. Brown Romantics: Poetry and Nationalism in the Global Nineteenth Century (2017).
  • Rebecca Shapiro. Fixing Babel: An Historical Anthology of Applied English Lexicography (2016).
  • Samara Anne Cahill and Kevin L. Cope, editors. Citizens of the World: Adapting in the Eighteenth Century (2015).

Cambridge University Press:

  • John L. Brooke, Julia C. Strauss, and Greg Anderson, eds. State Formations: Histories and Cultures of Statehood (2018).

Cornell University Press:

  • Emily D. Steinlight. The Biopolitical Imagination: Literary Form and the Politics of Population (2018).

Fordham University Press:

  • David J. Goodwin. Left Bank of the Hudson: Jersey City and the Artists of 111 1st Street (2017).

Lexington Books:

  • Amber Day, editor. DIY Utopia: Cultural Imagination and the Remaking of the Possible (2016).

Liverpool University Press:

  • B. Pladek. The Poetics of Palliation: Romantic Literary Therapy, 1790-1850 (2019).

Ohio State University Press:

  • Christine Cynn. Prevention: Gender, Sexuality, HIV, and the Media in Côte d’Ivoire (2018).

Oxford University Press:

  • Melissa Mowry. Collective Understanding, Radicalism, and Literary History, 1645–1742 (2021).
  • Alexander Regier. Exorbitant Enlightenment: Blake, Hamann, and Anglo-German Constellations (2018).
  • Joseph Drury. Novel Machines: Technology and Narrative Form in Enlightenment Britain (2017).
  • Al Coppola. The Theater of Experiment: Staging Natural Philosophy in Eighteenth-Century Britain  (2016).
  • Jack Lynch, editor. The Oxford Handbook of British Poetry, 1660-1800 (2016).


  • Nicole N. Aljoe, Brycchan Carey, and Thomas W. Krise, editors. Literary Histories of the Early Anglophone Caribbean: Islands in the Stream (2018).
  • Woodward, Tessa, Kathleen Graves, & Donald Freeman. Teacher Development Over Time: Practical Activities for Language Teachers (Research and Resources in Language Teaching series, 2018).
  • Nick Rumens. Queer Business: Queering Organizational Sexualities (2017).
  • Mary Peace, Changing Sentiments and the Magdalen Hospital: Luxury, virtue and the senses in eighteenth-century culture (2016).
  • Masanobu Suzuki. Clans and Genealogy in Ancient Japan (WIAS Interdisciplinary Studies, 2016).

Rowman & Littlefield:

  • Wayne Craven. Marble Halls: Beaux-Arts Classicism and Civic Architecture in the Gilded Age (2018).

Stanford University Press:

  • Claude Willan. Literary Authority: An Eighteenth-Century Anthology (2023).

Taylor & Francis:

  • Kıymet Çalıyurt and Ülkü Yüksel, editors. Sustainability and Management: An International Perspective (2016).

University of Chicago Press:

  • Benjamin Gross. The TVs of Tomorrow: How RCA’s Flat-Screen Dreams Led to the First LCDs (2018).

University of Delaware Press:

  • Heather Ladd and Leslie Ritchie, editors. English Theatrical Anecdotes, 1600-1800 (2022).

University of Michigan Press:

  • Jane Wessel. Owning Performance | Performing Ownership: Literary Property and the Eighteenth-Century British Stage (2022).

University of South Carolina Press:

  • Walter Earl Fluker, Peter Eisenstadt, Silvia Glick, and Luther E. Smith, Jr., editors. The Papers of Howard Washington Thurman. Volume 4, The Soundless Passion of a Single Mind, June 1949–December 1962 (2017).

University of Toronto Press:

  • Susan Carlile. Charlotte Lennox: An Independent Mind (2018).

University of Virginia Press:

  • Michael Genovese. The Problem of Profit: Finance and Feeling in Eighteenth-Century British Literature (2019).

Yale University Press/Edinburgh University Press:

  • Gordon Turnbull and Thomas Bonnell, editors. James Boswell’s ‘Life of Johnson’: An Edition of the Original Manuscript in Four Volumes; Volume 4 (2019).