Butler's Book Indexing


My aim is to deliver an accurate, elegant, and detailed index to match the quality of your writing. I have more than nine years of indexing experience; clients have said “the index is amazing; we love it”; “the index was excellent and I appreciate the fast turnaround”; “thank you so much for your hard, careful and quick work”.

As a university instructor and writer, I have a keen eye for concepts and structure – skills I bring to indexing. I specialize in academic books, but welcome indexing work in a wide range of subjects and genres.

Subject areas in which I have specialized knowledge from both teaching and indexing include:

  • Africa, African studies, anti-racism, Black radical tradition, Canadian foreign policy, Caribbean studies, Christianity, climate change, coloniality, critical race studies, culture and cultural studies, disability studies, education, environmentalism, feminism, food justice, food security, food sovereignty, foreign investment, gender studies, global health, global history, Global South, global studies, globalization, human rights, Indigenous studies, international development, international law, LGBTQ studies,  law and society, literary studies, literature, Middle East, migration, mining, multiculturalism, multilateralism, philosophy, postcolonialism, Protestantism, racism, resource extraction, schooling, social justice, social movements, taxation, trade, transnational feminism, treaties, United Nations, white settlers, white supremacy, whiteness studies, World Bank

For more information, visit: http://butlersbookindexing.ca/

Contact me at: pbutler816@gmail.com


  • Listing ID: 2732
  • Arts and Humanities: History, Philosophy, Religion and spirituality
  • Economy, politics and law: Economics, Finance and taxation, Government and politics, Law
  • Industry and technology: Agriculture, Energy, Natural resources
  • International studies: Africa, Canadian studies, Developing countries, Latin America and the Caribbean, International relations
  • Sciences: Earth sciences
  • Society: Anthropology, Indigenous peoples, Culture, Education, Gender studies, Social activism, Sociology and social services, Urban studies
  • Materials - Books: Scholarly books, Trade monographs, Biographies and memoirs, Textbooks
  • Materials - Other: Academic papers and essays, Government materials, Business/government correspondence
  • Other Skills: Proofreading, Research and fact-checking