Projects

Recent indexing projects

Over the years, we have indexed more than 400 academic monographs and trade books. The following list is a selection from the most recent indexing projects.

  • Arthur Madigan. Contemporary Aristotelian Ethics: Alasdair MacIntyre, Martha Nussbaum, Robert Spaemann (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame 2023).
  • Caleb Wellum. Energizing Neoliberalism: The 1970s Energy Crisis and the Making of Modern America (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press 2023).
  • Cameron D. McCoy. Contested Valor: African American Marines in the Age of Power, Protest, and Tokenism (Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas 2023).
  • Daniel Miller. The Good Enough Life (Cambridge, UK: Polity Press 2023).
  • David Ropeik. Curing Cancerphobia: How Risk, Fear, and Worry Mislead Us (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press 2023).
  • Dean Ho, Yoann Sapanel, and Agata Blasiak. Medicine without Meds: Transforming Patient Care with Digital Therapies (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press 2023).
  • Donald A. Barr. Introduction to US Health Policy: The Organization, Financing, and Delivery of Health Care in America (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press 2023).
  • Eti and Ken Greenberg. Exploring Toronto (Toronto, ON: Dundurn Press 2023).
  • F. Booth Wilson. The Cinema of Yakov Protazanov (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press 2023).
  • Gavin Armstrong and Herb Shoveller. Lucky Iron Fish: A Social Enterprise Tackling Iron Deficiency (Toronto, ON: Dundurn Press 2023).
  • H. Gould and G. McClelland, eds. Aromas of Asia: Exchanges, Histories, Threats (University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University 2023).
  • James Whipple Miller, ed. Nadia Boulanger: War Years in America and Her Last Decades (Philadelphia, PA: Chestnut Hill Press 2022).
  • Jeff Bremer. A New History of Iowa (Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas 2023).
  • Jerry Harrington. Thunder from the Prairie: The Life of Harold E. Hughes (Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 2023).
  • Kathleen Bruhn. Politics and the Pink Tide: A Comparative Analysis of Protest in Latin America (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame 2023).
  • Louisa Blair. The Calf with Two Heads: Transatlantic Natural History in the Canadas (Montreal, QC: Baraka Books 2023).
  • M. J. Carley. Stalin’s Gamble: The Search for Allies against Hitler, 1930–1936 (Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press 2023).
  • Mark A. Graber. The Forgotten Fourteenth Amendment: Punish Treason, Reward Loyalty (Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas 2023).
  • Mary E. Stuckey. For the Enjoyment of the People: The Creation of National Identity in American Public Lands (Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas 2023).
  • Mirisse Foroughe, ed. Emotion Focused Therapy for Youth: The Clinical Manual (New York, NY: Routledge 2023).
  • Norman Ravvin. Who gets in: An Immigration Story (Regina, SK: University of Regina 2023).
  • Peter J. Hotez. The Deadly Rise of Anti-Science: A Scientist’s Warning (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2023).
  • Philip Lewis. The Public Humanities Turn: The University as an Instrument of Cultural Transformation (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press 2023).
  • Rebecca L. Perlman. Regulating Risk: How Private Information Shapes Global Safety Standards (London, UK: Cambridge University Press 2023).
  • Richard Ohmann and Ira Shor. Is College Worth It?: Class and the Myth of the College Premium (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press 2023).
  • Sandeep Vaishnavi and Vani Rao. Healing the traumatized brain (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press 2023)
  • Sebastien Rey. The Temple of Ningirsu: The Culture of the Sacred in Mesopotamia (University Park, PA: Penn State University Press 2023).
  • Sima Godfrey. The Crimean War and Cultural Memory: The War France Won and Forgot (Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press 2023).
  • Tuulia Law. Playing the Supporting Role: Strip Club Managers and Other Third Parties (Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press 2023).
  • W. J. Dobson, T. Masoud, and C. Walker, eds. Defending Democracy in an Age of Sharp Power (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press 2023).