Editing the Scholar’s Work with Katrina Van Heest by Caitlyn Bell

Authors

  • Caitlyn Bell

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/bsor.18123

Keywords:

publishing, Katie Van Heest, editing, field, humanities, writing, job, work, occuation, knowledge

Abstract

In The Profession, our staff sits down with scholars at work in a variety of settings, in the academy and beyond. We spoke with Katie Van Heest for our second issue. Van Heest has a PhD and an MA in religion from Claremont University, and completed her dissertation on the letters Paul sent to the Romans, focusing on the construction of a vast and cohesive social network she found within them. Currently she owns her own business, TWEED Editing, where she edits work from scholars within the humanities—a highly successful venture whose client list is extensive and includes institutions and firms such as Dartmouth College, Oxford University Press, John Hopkins University, and many more. More information about her business can be found at www.tweedediting.com.

References

“TWEED,” Tweed Editing, Van Heest, Katie, copyright 2009-2020, accessed June 8, 2020, http://tweedediting.com/

Published

2020-11-09

How to Cite

Bell, C. (2020). Editing the Scholar’s Work with Katrina Van Heest by Caitlyn Bell. Bulletin for the Study of Religion, 49(1-2), 11–13. https://doi.org/10.1558/bsor.18123

Issue

Section

The Profession