Cheryl Hunston, MA (Oxon)
Membership Grade: Professional Member
I qualified as an indexer in 2014 and was joint winner of the Betty Moys prize for best new indexer of 2013. I have a degree in English Language and Literature from Balliol College, Oxford, and an MA in Literature from the Open University. I enjoy indexing books on any aspect of English and foreign literature and culture. I am especially interested in the literature and culture of Spain and Latin America. I am also able to index books in other areas of the Arts and Humanities.
I have a BA in English language and literature from Oxford University and an MA in literature from the Open University. I have indexed a variety of books on the subject including The Alvarez Generation by William Wootten (Liverpool University Press); Wonderlands: The Last Romances of William Morris by Phillippa Bennett (Peter Lang); How to Write Like Tolstoy by R. Cohen (Penguin Random House). I have also indexed two substantial volumes on Classical Reception: The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature vol.5 (Haynes, ed.); and Epic Performances from the Middle Ages into the Twenty-First Century, ed. by Fiona Macintosh (OUP).
I enjoy reading literature in translation and have indexed Reading Women in Late Medieval Europe by Alfred Thomas (Palgrave Macmillan). I frequently read literature in Spanish and have recently indexed Contemporary Central American Fiction by Jeffrey Browitt (Sussex Academic Press)
A personal interest. I have attended a Society of Indexers workshop on this topic.
I have indexed several books on Spanish history and literature, and also on Latin American literature.
I love Hispanic literature and culture, and have indexed several books on Spanish and Latin American literature and history.
Recent indexes include
Sally Shuttleworth et al., Anxious Times: Medicine and Modernity in Nineteenth-Century Britain, University of Pittsburgh Press, 2019
Fiona Macintosh (ed.), Epic Performances from the Middle Ages into the Twenty-First Century, Oxford University Press, 2018
Alfred Thomas, Shakespeare, Catholicism and the Middle Ages, Palgrave Macmillan, 2018
Angel Miguel Ruiz Carnicer, From Franco to Freedom: The Roots of the Transition to Democracy in Spain, Sussex Academic Press, 2018
Helena Reckitt, Art of Feminism , Tate Publishing, 2019
R.K. Britton, ‘Don Quixote’ and the Subversive Tradition of Golden Age Spain, Sussex Academic Press, 2019
Richard Cohen, How to Write Like Tolstoy, Penguin Random House, 2016
Paul Joseph Lennon, Love in the Poetry of Francisco de Aldana, Tamesis, 2019
Eamon Mccarthy, Norah Borges, University of Wales Press, 2020
Palgrave Macmillan, Sussex Academic Press, Penguin Random House, Liverpool University Press, Edinburgh University Press, Bloomsbury