Testimonials

 

“Isla worked with my colleague and I to edit our book The Model Arab League Manual. She worked quickly and creatively, making suggestions that greatly increased the readability of our work. Her knowledge of the Middle East in addition to her copyediting skills made her the perfect editor for our project.” Holly A. Jordan, PhD (Visiting Assistant Professor, Roanoke College)

 

“Isla’s work on my book Tragic Encounters and Ordinary Ethics: Palestine-Israel in British Universities was insightful, careful and creative. She was efficient and responsive and, most importantly, she drew on her deep understanding of this conflict in order to clarify meanings in ways that felt true to my own authorial voice. I have no doubt that my book has been immeasurably improved as a consequence of her contribution to it.” Dr Ruth Sheldon (Birkbeck, University of London)

 

“Isla has been editing the Libyan Studies journal for the last couple of years, and her knowledge of North Africa and Arabic has been a huge help for checking the articles. Her very careful editing has greatly improved the quality of the journal.” Dr Victoria Leitch (Publications Manager, Society for Libyan Studies)

 

“Isla has worked on proofreading and copy-editing my book Women in Mongol Iran: The Khatuns, 1206-1335 (EUP, 2017) and on a number of research articles I have published recently. Her input on each of these works has been precise, high quality and timely. She has managed to greatly improve the quality of my publications and I will continue to rely on her work in future projects.” Dr Bruno De Nicola (University of St Andrews)

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