Kirsty Adegboro, BA MA
Membership Grade: Professional Member
Mobile: 07743 630482
I have a background in languages (French and Arabic to degree level) and cultural studies with a particular interest in North and West Africa. I provide back-of-the-book, periodical and embedded indexes in my specialist subject areas, as well as on most subjects which are aimed at a general readership level. I have experience in indexing trade books, academic texts, multi-authored works and the peer-reviewed journal of the Baptist Historical Society. In addition to my subject specialisms, I welcome work on most subjects for a general readership. Large or small projects are accepted, as is work at short notice.
BA (Hons) in French and Arabic.
I have indexed a number of medieval books and their commentaries translated from Arabic into English.
BA (Hons) French and Arabic, MA Interpreting and Translation Studies in French.
I have indexed a number of literary criticisms of French literature and multi-author works about French popular culture.
I have indexed books on French, Italian and Portuguese and Arabic literature.
BA (Hons) French and Arabic.
I have indexed multi-author academic works on Italian literature and popular culture.
I indexed the journal for the Baptist Historical Society for a number of years, which covers global and religious history from the 1600s to the present, biographical pieces, theological reflections and local church histories.
BA (Hons) French and Arabic.
My language studies included several modules on Islamic topics, as well as a year residing in Morocco, which has given me a depth of insight into Islamic history, literature and theology.
I have indexed a number of books on Islamic theology and law, as well as medieval Islamic texts and commentaries translated from Arabic to English.
I have indexed works covering many aspects of Christian and Islamic theology as well as atheism and other world-views.
Indexing the Baptist Quarterly covers global Christian history from 1600 to today, which also incorporates political and social history across that time. My University studies and now recent indexing experience have included various works on medieval Islamic history.
I have indexed several books in this field, with knowledge of Islamic and Arab culture underpinned by a degree in Arabic.
Studying several European languages as well as Arabic has given me a solid foundation in linguistics, as well as indexing a number of works related to this field.
I have indexed books in this field, drawing on my modern languages background for a deeper insight into the issues across the Union.
Recent indexes have covered works on a variety of philosophical and religious outlooks, as well as a University textbook on the philosophy of language.
I have spent time living and studying in countries across North and West Africa, as well as completing a module in Francophone Studies at University.
I am a regular user of books in this field and therefore familiar with the subject and the needs of readers.
I have a background in classical music performance and history.
I am a frequent user of books in this area, and understand the needs of readers.
I have experience in creating and updating embedded indexes in Word.
I have worked as a proof reader for foreign-language technical manuals. I also offer a basic level of proof-reading as a standard service in any indexing work.
I am an experienced translator working from French to English.
Recent indexes include
National Political Elites, European Integration and the Eurozone Crisis, Wearset, June 2018
What is this thing called Philosophy of Language?, part of Routledge series: What is this thing called?, Routledge, Nov 2017
Baptist Quarterly, Baptist Historical Society, 2011 to 2018
Charles F. Burdett,
Special Publication Type
Baptist Quarterly, peer-reviewed journal of the Baptist Historical Society.
Several articles in the Baptist Quarterly journal comprising of diary entries and/or letters.
A number of biographical articles in the Baptist Quarterly journal.