Liz Fawcett, M. A.
Membership Grade: Professional Member
I qualified with the Society of Indexers in 2011 and have regular clients with repeat commissions. I have experience in the areas of literature and art history, religion and the social sciences. I have an M.A. in Victorian Studies and an M.A. in Cultural Studies. I always meet agreed deadlines and budgets.
Recent indexes include the catalogue for the exhibition ‘From Omega to Charleston’, Russia-Art Resistance and Sport and Modernity in the Visual Arts in Europe.
My M.A. in Victorian Studies contained a significant element of art history and is a personal interest.
Recent indexes include Ethics and Aesthetics in Toni Morrison’s Fiction, Henry Ossawa Tanner and The International Companion to John Galt. I have studied English Literature during the course of both my M.A.s.
Recent indexes include The Routledge Handbook of Japanese Media, Adaptations in Visual Culture and Women in Soviet Film.
As part of my interest in English Literature I am able to index works on the theatre.
Please see above my the entry under English Literature.
Recent indexes include A New Health and Care System, Poverty, Inequality and Social Justice and Ethnographic Perspectives.
Recent indexes include Young Muslim and Criminal, Social Justice and Counselling and Staging British South Asian Culture.
Recent indexes include Repealing the 8th, The Cold War and A Century of Crisis.
Recent indexes include The Buddhist Art of Living. I have indexed several texts for the School of Oriental and African Studies, London.
M. A. Cultural Studies
Although not a qualified proofreader, I will always include a list of any typos which I have picked up, along with the completed index.
Recent indexes include
Diffractive Ethnography, Routledge, 2018
Kelly and Westoby,
Participatory Development Practice, Practical Action Publishing, 2018
White Privilege, Policy Press, 2018
Oxford University Press
Taylor & Francis
Special Publication Type
The majority of my work is for undergraduate textbooks.
Recent indexes include Melanie Klein-the Basics.
I have experience on the indexing of training materials for ambulance staff.