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Meet the editors

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    Joshua Pitt

    Senior Commissioning Editor
    Geography, Health and STS

    Palgrave
    Tel.: +61 3 9825 4905
    Joshua.Pitt@palgrave.com

    Josh publishes scholarly work across several disciplines, many of which intersect in interesting and novel ways. He welcomes proposals for monographs, edited collections, reference works, and Palgrave Pivots across the breadth of human geography and urban studies, medical sociology and anthropology, disability studies, ageing and gerontology, and science and technology studies. Josh has been working in scholarly publishing for the past 10 years, and prior to Palgrave, has undertaken various roles at Routledge, Taylor & Francis, Macmillan Education and Informa Healthcare.

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    Rachel Krause Daniel

    Senior Commissioning Editor
    Psychology and Neuroscience, Geography and Sociology

    Palgrave
    Tel.: +001 917 575 3403
    Rachel.Daniel@palgrave-usa.com

    Rachel publishes scholarly work in the areas of Psychology and Neuroscience, Geography and Sociology. She is interested in receiving proposals for monographs, edited volumes, Palgrave Pivots, handbooks and other reference works. Rachel has been a Commissioning Editor with Palgrave Editorial for three years, and previously served as the Asia-Pacific Commissioning Editor based in Shanghai. Prior to Palgrave, she worked at Oxford University Press with the editorial, sales and marketing teams.

I would like to say a big thank you to Palgrave Macmillan for their support. I really appreciated how flexible and responsive they were at all stages of the project.

Léna Pellandini-Simanyi, Assistant Professor at the Department of Media and Communication, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary