I am a freelance acquisitions editor specializing in premodern (specifically late antique, medieval, and early modern) history and literature, in addition to Asian Studies. The series I manage include:
Christianities before Modernity at Medieval Institute Publications, which challenges the perception of Christianity as a unified and European religion before the sixteenth century.
Crossing Boundaries at Amsterdam University Press, which works placed at the intersection of disciplinary boundaries to introduce fresh connections between established fields of study.
Global Chinese Histories, 250–1650 at Amsterdam University Press. This series seeks to publish new research that locates Chinese histories within their wider regional contexts, including cross-border and/or comparative perspectives.
Hagiography beyond Tradition at Amsterdam University Press, which expands the ways in which we imagine how people come to be offered for veneration, as well as the media and genres in which they are fashioned, represented, and celebrated.
Knowledge Communities at Amsterdam University Press, which focuses on innovative, edgy scholarship in the areas of intellectual history and the history of ideas.
The Northern Medieval World at Medieval Institute Publications, which aims to integrate research on medieval Scandinavia from historical, literary, archaeological, and other traditions.
Research in Medieval and Early Modern Culture at Medieval Institute Publications, which touches upon all aspects of premodern culture (proposals on literature/literary topics preferred).
Various series on the Asian Studies list at Amsterdam University Press, including:
If you're working on a book proposal, or have any questions about the publication processes for any of the above series, please get in touch with me.