archaeology editor/writer providing solutions for busy archaeologists
Half of an archaeologist's job is the research; the second half is to write and publish a report. There are many occasions when archaeologists could use help in assembling, writing, editing, and publishing their research. Archaeology Wordsmith provides assistance on these occasions.
Archaeology Wordsmith can help with:
- assembling, editing, typing, and writing reports and papers
- data input into word processing, database, or spreadsheet format
- editing and writing non-fiction archaeology books, including biography and reference
- library and records research to support and supplement your findings
- publishing assistance for distribution of research results and data
Archaeologists have a clear obligation to publish their research promptly and in full. Archaeology Wordsmith is there to help archaeologists assemble and publish their reports and papers, as well as find a means of disseminating archaeological data. Much of the work of preparing papers/reports and databases and carrying out project background and documentary research is technical and can be delegated to a professional service such as Archaeology Wordsmith.
Archaeology Wordsmith is run by Dr. Barbara Ann Kipfer, who has a PhD in Archaeology from Greenwich University, where her doctoral dissertation was a 7,000-headword Encyclopedic Dictionary of Archaeology and which was published by Kluwer-Wiley. Dr. Kipfer has also written The Archaeologist's Fieldwork Companion and Dictionary of Artifacts for Blackwell Publishing.
Dr. Kipfer also has an MPhil and PhD in linguistics, has worked as a lexicographer for 30 years, and is the author of more than 40 books. Dr. Kipfer has extremely strong skills in writing and linguistics, computer applications, and research and data compilation over the full range of archaeological terminology and theory.