Rachel Gee, BA (Hons)

Location: Billingshurst

Membership Grade: Fellow

Contact Info

General Experience

I am a Fellow and advanced professional member of the Society of Indexers and have been indexing professionally since accreditation in 2011. After graduating with an honours degree in English Literature I worked as an analyst/programmer for a life assurance company, where I was an associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute, having passed the exams in the early 1990s. Alongside this I ran an evening class once a week teaching basic English and maths to adults.

Although my particular areas of interest are linguistics, literature and history, I enjoy indexing books in other disciplines within the fields of the humanities and social sciences and have indexed books in subjects as diverse as politics, journalism, sociology, geography, philosophy, education, business and psychotherapy.

I have been involved with the SI training course for a number of years as a member of the Training Course Committee and currently hold the office of Training Director on the society’s Executive Board.






Education (All Areas)


English Literature


Geography - Human


History (All Areas)


International Relations


Linguistics - Applied


Literature and Poetry In English


Media Studies


Religious History


Other skills

Training In Indexing
I am an assignment tutor and course advisor for students of the SI training course. I have sat on the Training Course Committee of the SI since 2014. In 2021 I assumed the role of TCC Chair and Training Director.

Recent indexes include

Bartrop, P.R. and Grimm, E.E., The Holocaust: Country by Country, Bloomsbury Publishing Inc., 2024
Whitlock, G., Refugee Lives in the Archives:A Pacific Imaginary., Bloomsbury Publishing Inc., 2024
Zwolski, K., Researching European Security Integration., Palgrave Macmillan, 2024
Acevedo, C., Rose, D. and Whittaker, R. , Reading to learn, reading the world: How Genre-Based Literacy Pedagogy Is Democratizing Education. , Equinox Publishing, 2023
Bach, R.A., Terry Pratchett Could Save the World, Routledge, 2023
Bailey, Amanda, Shakespeare on Consent, Routledge, 2023
De Waal Malefyt, Timothy., Business Anthropology: The Basics, Routledge, 2023
Mendoza, A., Translanguaging and English as a lingua franca in the plurilingual classroom, Bilingual Education & Bilingualism, 2023
Styler, R., The Maternal Image of God in Victorian literature: Divine Mother Nature, Routledge, 2023
Johnson, J., Artificial intelligence and the future of warfare: The USA, China and Strategic Stability., Manchester University Press, 2021

Clients Include

Bloomsbury Publishing Inc.
Oxford University Press
Palgrave Macmillan
Wiley Blackwell