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Martin Tulic
Freelance indexer

718.275.6641 phone
718.275.6964 fax

  • Professionally trained indexer
  • Member, American Society of Indexers
  • Qualified in general, academic and technical areas
  • Accustomed to working under demanding deadlines
  • Publishers include Columbia University Press, Johns Hopkins University Press, New York University Press, Palgrave, Routledge, Scholarly Resources, Transaction Publishers
Areas of special interest
  • American and Canadian history
  • Early modern history
  • Modern European history
  • Social sciences
  • Information technologies
  • Travel books, narratives
Recent indexing experience
  • Anthologies about the death penalty; epic and the novel; media and democracy in Africa; the philosophy of Fascism; politics in postwar America
  • Books about aging, memory and the nature of thought; the battle of Gettysburg; the decline of democracy in the U.S.; the end of America's empire; ethnoarchaeology of African settlements; indigenous peoples in Chiapas, Mexico; Islamic and Middle Eastern politics; law and justice as depicted on American television; Lubavitch girls in Brooklyn, New York; Nazism in pre-WWII America; Peronist Argentina; political psychology; religion in Europe at the end of the 20th century; Turkish foreign policy; white supremacy and Japan's attack on the British Empire
  • Collected writings of a major Black intellectual
  • Collective biography of notable Americans since Reconstruction
  • Cumulative index for a quarterly published by a large service organization
  • Encyclopedias of the Enlightenment (parts); of world literature (parts)
  • Statistical yearbook published by an international peacekeeping organization
  • Textbooks about the history of art (2-volumes); the history of Western architecture
  • See also   Sample indexes  
Professional affiliations
  • American Historical Association (AHA)
  • American Society of Indexers (ASI)
  • International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE)
  • Society for Technical Communications (STC)
  • St. John's University, 2002 - Thesaurus design seminar, with Bella Weinberg
  • New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies, 2000 - Studied indexing with   Frances Lennie   of   Indexing Research   
  • BA, City College of New York, 1972, History
Interested in working together?
Call 718.275.6641 in the United States or  Send E-mail  describing your project and how to contact you.

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