Testimonials

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Reviews for Article Writing

"Dr. Carlton is among the most broadly and deeply talented people I know. She assimilates information at the speed of light and writes like an angel- but much, much faster. I retained her to write for my website - she now runs it. Few people are irreplaceable; after a couple months working with her we realized that she is one of those rare individuals. I don't know what, if anything, she can't do faster and better than virtually anyone else. What else? She is an absolute pleasure, never drops the ball, always delivers ahead of time and under budget, needs no editing, and will make you look good. A+++." -Employment Lawyer


Reviews for Blog Writing

"Fireworks!! This is exactly what we need! I am so excited to have you on our team." -Science and technology blog writing client

"Great work as always, thank you! Genevieve is a repeat writer for us and provides stellar work consistently... once again highly recommended."              -Medical blog writing client

"Genevieve is a pleasure to work with and one of the best writers on Upwork... thank you!" -Business blog writing client

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Academic reviews

"Clearly written and deftly illustrated, Worldly Consumers provides historical background and contextualization that will appeal to amateurs and specialists alike." -Imago Mundi

"Carlton makes a tightly focused and compelling argument. Her use of sources, particularly household inventories, convincingly demonstrates the popularity of maps across a wide strata of Renaissance society . . . Carlton has given us a work that ties together questions about markets and consumption with larger cultural shifts associated with science, technology, and global expansion. In bringing these stories together, Carlton has written a book that is worthy of exceptionally wide interest." -H-Net

"I highly recommend this book to any library or reader interested in the early modern period, particularly in Italy or cartography. Carlton weaves a fascinating story." -Cartographic Perspectives

Awards

The Snyder Prize for best paper by a junior scholar at the New College Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2016

Honorable Mention, 2012 Prize for Best Article by a Junior Scholar, “Making an Impression: The Display of Maps in Sixteenth-Century Venetian Homes.” Villa I Tatti, Harvard University