Expert on the highest-level publishing for university professors, and also for senior research scholars in the government, and at think tanks. My scholars publish at Oxford, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, Cambridge, and other superb university presses, and also at the highest-impact journals. I consult with universities in the US and internationally including Sweden, Qatar, Japan, Thailand, India, Singapore, and more, publishingadvising.com.
I'm also a scholar of women from 1680-1720 who wrote about war, politics, foreign affairs, and other topics traditionally addressed by men. All of the women I study affected the national debate at the highest level (one brought down a government), but none are known well today. My research aligns with the goals of Georgetown's School of Foreign Service.
Georgetown is a Jesuit university, and I have a strong publishing interest in Catholic topics, especially sisters who impact the global debate on nuclear disarmament. I travel often to Rome.
Director, Office of Scholarly Publications, Georgetown University
English Department faculty member, Georgetown University
Visiting scholar, UNC-Chapel Hill
The University of Virginia, PhD
Megan Rice: Witness to Peace, Liturgical Press
Why Ovid's Atalanta (and not Bacon's New Atlantis) was the Source of Delarivier Manley's Title "The New Atalantis", Notes & Queries
Women and the Bible in Early Modern England: Religious Reading and Writing, Eighteenth-Century Studies
Friendship in Fashion, Manuscripts, Scriptures, and Death, Eighteenth-Century Studies
Travel Narratives, the New Science, and Literary Discourse, 1569-1750, The Scriblerian and the Kit-Kats
The Black Legend of Prince Rupert's Dog: Witchcraft and Propaganda during the English Civil War, Eighteenth-Century Studies
Military Scandal and National Debt in Manley's New Atalantis, SEL: Studies in English Literature 1500-1900
How a Pie Fight Satirizes Whig-Tory Conflict in Delarivier Manley's The New Atalantis , Eighteenth-Century Studies
Persistent Publishing Myths Among Scholarly Authors With Big-Bookstore Dreams, Change
Traditional Degrees for Nontraditional Students, Farrar, Straus & Giroux