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Margaret Copeley Editing ~ Writing ~ Self-publishing

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My Work 2019-07-26T07:43:08+00:00

My Work


Edited Work
Some of my edited academic books

Healing the Heart of Trauma and Dissociation with EMDR and Ego State Therapy

Edited by Carol Forgash and Margaret Copeley
Published by Springer, 2007
Nine preeminent traumatologists show how to treat severe trauma more effectively with combined EMDR and ego state therapy.

Roma Rights and Civil Rights: A Transatlantic Comparison

By Sunnie Rucker-Chang & Felix Chang
Compares the trajectory of discrimination and winning legal rights of Europe’s Roma population and the U.S. civil rights movement. Sunnie Rucker-Chang is the Director of European Studies at the University of Cincinnati. Felix Chang is Co-director of the Corporate Law Center at the University of Cincinnati.

Roma Rights and Civil Rights: A Transatlantic Comparison

By Sunnie Rucker-Chang & Felix Chang
Compares the trajectory of discrimination and winning legal rights of Europe’s Roma population and the U.S. civil rights movement. Sunnie Rucker-Chang is the Director of European Studies at the University of Cincinnati. Felix Chang is Co-director of the Corporate Law Center at the University of Cincinnati.

Pictured Politics: Visualizing Colonial History in South American Portrait Collections

By Emily Engel
An art historical analysis of how publicly displayed official portraits reinforced the authority of absent South American viceroys during the colonial period.

Black Women Against the Land Grab: The Fight for Racial Justice in Brazil

By Keisha-Khan Perry, PhD
Published by University of Minnesota Press, 2013
Winner of the 2014 National Women’s Studies Association Gloria E. Anzaldúa book prize for best scholarship in women’s studies. Explores the women-led fight to save black-owned coastal lands in Brazil from seizure for gentrification. The author teaches Africana Studies at Brown University

Black Women Against the Land Grab: The Fight for Racial Justice in Brazil

By Keisha-Khan Perry, PhD
Published by University of Minnesota Press, 2013
Winner of the 2014 National Women’s Studies Association Gloria E. Anzaldúa book prize for best scholarship in women’s studies. Explores the women-led fight to save black-owned coastal lands in Brazil from seizure for gentrification. The author teaches Africana Studies at Brown University
Slavery Unseen Sex Power and Violence in Brazilian History

Slavery Unseen: Sex, Power, and Violence in Brazilian History

By Lamonte Aidoo
Published by Duke University Press
The book contains significant portions of my original writing. I wrote the successful publishing proposal as well as grant applications that financed the writing. The author teaches Romance Studies at Duke University.

Social Movements in Taiwan’s Democratic Transition: Linking Activists to the Changing Political Environment

By Yun Fan, National Taiwan University
Published by Routledge, 2019
Analyzes the evolution and tactics of the labor, environmental, and women’s movements from 1980 to 2000.
Social Movements In Taiwan's Democratic Transition
Social Movements In Taiwan's Democratic Transition

Social Movements in Taiwan’s Democratic Transition: Linking Activists to the Changing Political Environment

By Yun Fan, National Taiwan University
Published by Routledge, 2019
Analyzes the evolution and tactics of the labor, environmental, and women’s movements from 1980 to 2000.
Working Women in Canada

Working Women in Canada: An Intersectional Approach

Edited by Leslie Nichols
Published by Canadian Scholars Press 2019
This undergraduate textbook provides an updated analysis of Canadian women’s experiences in the labor force through an intersectional perspective on gender, age, race, ethnicity, etc. Its 18 chapters bring together scholars from across Canada. My role: extensive editing, rewriting, support for authors, and project management.


Fiction


Self-published Books

The Truth Engine: Cross-Examination Outside the Box

By New York securities-fraud attorney Francis Karam
Self-published

“The best book I’ve seen on cross-examination in ages—maybe ever.”

—Bryan Garner, editor in chief, Black’s Law Dictionary
How to use perception, performance, storytelling, and strategy to understand human behavior and master the art of cross-examination through a pursuit of truth

Papers: A small sample of published papers I’ve edited
  1. Zijun Cai, Sharon K. Parker, Zhijun Chen, and Wing Lam. “How Does the Social Context Fuel the Proactive Fire? A Multilevel Review and Theoretical Synthesis. Journal of Organizational Behaviour 40, no. 2 (2018). Doi: https://doi.org/10.1002/job.2347
  2. Ruth Gibson. “The Role of Health Researchers in Documenting Health Suffering and Crimes against Humanity Resulting from 2018 US Sanctions Against Iran.” Research in Health Science 3, no. 4 (2018). Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.22158/rhs.v3n4p130
  3. Mohammad Ali Kadivar and Vahid Abedini. “Electoral Activism in Iran: A Mechanism for Political Change.” Forthcoming in Comparative Politics.
  4. Kosal Path and Angeliki Andrea Kanavou, “The Lingering Effects of Thought Reform: The Khmer Rouge S-21 Prison Personnel.” Journal of Asian Studies 76, no. 1 (2017).
  5. Samira Hassa, “The French Language, Gender, and the Discursive Construction of Sexuality in Morocco.” Journal of Language and Sexuality 6, no. 2 (Jan. 2017).
  6. Samira Hassa, “Un Peso, Mami: Linguistic Landscape and Transnationalism Discourses in Washington Heights, New York City.” Linguistic Landscape: An International Journal 2, no. 2 (August 2016).
  7. Samira Hassa, “Regulating and Negotiating Linguistic Diversity: Top-down and Bottom-up Language Planning in the Moroccan City.” Current Issues in Language Planning 13, no. 3 (2012): 207–223.
  8. Samira Hassa, “Projecting, Exposing, and Revealing Self in the Digital World: Usernames as a Social Practice in a Moroccan Chatroom.” Names: Journal of Onomastics 60, no. 4 (2012): 201–209.
  9. Leslie Nichols. “Motherhood and Unemployment: Intersectional Experiences from Canada.” Canadian Review of Social Policy (Fall 2016): 1–24.
  10. LinDa Saphan, “From Modern Rock to Postmodern Hard Rock: Cambodian Alternative Music Voices.” Ethnic Studies Review 35, nos. 1 & 2 (spring 2015): 23–40.
  11. LinDa Saphan, “Norodom Sihanouk and the Political Agenda of Cambodian Music, 1955–1970.“ IIAS Newsletter 64.

Dissertations (by topic)
  1. Unilateral international sanctions, University of British Columbia
  2. Land struggles of indigenous people in the Amazon of Ecuador, University of Oregon
  3. Eldercare institutions in China, University of Oregon
  4. Mother-infant attachment, Long Island University
  5. Assessment of video-game addiction, University of Illinois
  6. Crimes committed by New York City police officers, CUNY
  7. Philosophical approaches to nonviolent civil disobedience, New School
  8. Psychotherapy for Asian AIDS patients, Walden University

My Writing
Children’s Literature: Farleys at Moose Lake
Excerpt from a 150-page book for ages 8–11 about a family’s canoe trip to Maine
Young Adult Literature: Excerpt
Adult Literature: Maisy’s Legacy
Excerpt from a novel about an elderly woman’s struggle for survival and meaning following an incident that alienates her from her town.
Fiction Book Review: Excerpt from a 12-page review
An explanation of how cities calculate their future needs for fire stations, intended for nonspecialist officials