Molly Mullin is a freelance editorial consultant located in Carrboro, North Carolina. She works with university presses and with individual authors. Recent clients have included graduate students, postdocs, and junior faculty in the humanities and social sciences at a wide range of institutions, including Duke, Stanford, MIT, Princeton, Harvard, Columbia, the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, and the University of North Carolina-Greensboro.
Molly Mullin has a PhD in cultural anthropology from Duke University. As an undergraduate, she majored in history at Wellesley College and spent a year at the London School of Economics. For 16 years, she was a professor at Albion College, a liberal arts college in Michigan, where she taught writing-intensive courses in anthropology and various interdisciplinary programs, including ethnic/gender/environmental and international studies.
Molly Mullin is the author of numerous articles and a book, Culture in the Marketplace: Gender, Art, and Value in the American Southwest (Duke University Press). She co-edited Where the Wild Things are Now: Domestication Reconsidered (Bloomsbury). She has reviewed manuscripts for many university presses and journals, including Duke University Press, Routledge, Indiana University Press, the American Ethnologist, Cultural Anthropology, and the American Anthropologist.
In June of 2015, she began fulfilling requirements for the Certificate in Editing offered by the University of Chicago’s Graham School.
Molly Mullin is a lecturer in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at North Carolina State University.