Rosine Ippolito

Rosine Ippolito - Editor

Port Orford, OR, USA

Traditional back-of-the-book indexer specializing in spiritual and religious texts. Extensive experience in semantic database indexing.

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Overview

Drawing upon my experience as an adjunct professor in religious studies, I have been creating back-of-the-book indexes for nine years, with a focus on spiritual and theological texts. I also do remote contract work in online database indexing for Alexander Street Press, with an emphasis on religious archival material. While my graduate work focused on Eastern religions, my teaching experience was with world religions and religion in American history. I also index philosophical works for university presses and self-help/motivational books for independent authors and book designers.
Services
Languages
English (US)
Non-Fiction
Philosophy
Religion & Spirituality
Self-help & Self-improvement

Certifications

  • Certified in Practical Indexing by Index West

Awards

  • Winner, Small Business Book Awards for Author Support (2013)

Work experience

Remote Contractor

Alexander Street Press
February, 2013 – Present (over 6 years)

Remote contractor in database indexing. Have worked on different projects such as archive documentation, comic book indexing, and video abstracting.

Owner

Self-employed
January, 2010 – Present (over 9 years)

Specializing in back-of-the-book indexing of spiritual and religious texts

Indexer

Self-employed
January, 2010 – Present (over 9 years)

Specializing in back-of-the-book indexing of spiritual and religious texts

Portfolio (3 selected works)

Good Girls, Bad Girls of the New Testament: Their Enduring Lessons

T. J. Wray

Good Girls, Bad Girls of the New Testament takes readers on a powerful journey through the vast landscape of Roman-occupied Judea during the first century and the genesis of Christianity. This landscape serves as the backdrop for twelve amazing stories of women whose paths intersect, either by providence or design, with the paths of Jesus or Paul. Some of these women are familiar, such as Mary... read more

Good Girls, Bad Girls of the New Testament takes readers on a powerful journey through the vast landscape of Roman-occupied Judea during the first century and the genesis of Christianity. This landscape serves as the backdrop for twelve amazing stories of women whose paths intersect, either by providence or design, with the paths of Jesus or Paul. Some of these women are familiar, such as Mary... read more

The New Monasticism: An Interspiritual Manifesto for Contemplative Living

Adam Bucko, Rory McEntee

Young leaders of the new monastic movement introduce their vision for contemplative life- one that draws from the long traditions of East and West but also seeks an interreligious and 'interspiritual' dimension to intentional living in our time. With a preface by Mirabai Starr, a foreword by Sufi teacher Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, and an afterword by Fr. Thomas Keating.The New Monasticism is an in... read more

Young leaders of the new monastic movement introduce their vision for contemplative life- one that draws from the long traditions of East and West but also seeks an interreligious and 'interspiritual' dimension to intentional living in our time. With a preface by Mirabai Starr, a foreword by Sufi teacher Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, and an afterword by Fr. Thomas Keating.The New Monasticism is an in... read more

Jesus & Buddha: Friends in Conversation

Paul Knitter, Roger Haight

Two friends, one a Christian theologian, the other a Buddhist-Christian theologian, explore how a conversation between Christians and Buddhists can clarify and support a spirituality that is experientially real (mystical) as well as socially engaged (prophetic). From basic questions about Buddha and Jesus - who were they? what did they teach? - Paul Knitter and Roger Haight explore Buddhist an... read more

Two friends, one a Christian theologian, the other a Buddhist-Christian theologian, explore how a conversation between Christians and Buddhists can clarify and support a spirituality that is experientially real (mystical) as well as socially engaged (prophetic). From basic questions about Buddha and Jesus - who were they? what did they teach? - Paul Knitter and Roger Haight explore Buddhist an... read more

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