Tanja Bekhuis, PhD, MS, MLIS, AHIPMember
TCB Research & Indexing LLC
Pompano Beach & Pittsburgh, Florida & Pennsylvania 33062 United States
Tanja Bekhuis, PhD, MS, MLIS, AHIP
Professional indexer and publisher. I index academic books and deliver traditional and embedded (tagged) indexes on time. Fees are negotiable.
My indexes appear in scholarly books published by:
Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, University of California Press, Temple University Press, Harvey Miller, Brepols Publishers, Lexington Books, Rowman & Littlefield
— to name a few.
In general, it’s a good idea to find a professional indexer with expertise in your field. I specialize in the social sciences and human rights, as well as social history, art history and music history. I use dedicated software for analysis and index development. Occasionally, I use other methods for in-depth analysis of content. I typically use TExtract, Word, and InDesign.
I also founded TCB Classics. We publish books of historical value with thorough indexes.
If you are interested, please find a sample of my indexes here:
If you are looking for an indexer with deep knowledge of the social sciences, please contact me for a free initial consultation:
Located in Florida and Pennsylvania.
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I am a psychologist and information scientist. I am also a distinguished member of the Academy of Health Information Professionals (AHIP), and an adjunct professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. The following keywords describe my expertise: social sciences; human rights; information science; informatics; art history; social history; music history; computational linguistics; literature review methods; knowledge representation; research methods; writing, editing, traditional and embedded (tagged) indexing; book design and publishing.
Indexing Software Specialties:
Art and Art History
Library & Information Science
Other Specialities: Name Indexes
Type of Materials Specialties:
Encyclopedias and Reference Books
Images, Photographs, and Film
Updated: October 24, 2020