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Our editors are both experienced academics and professional editors, which is what allows us to produce work of the very highest standard in the extremely specialised field of academic editing.

Larissa Tittl, Quality Assurance Manager and Editor at Capstone Editing

Larissa Tittl

Quality Assurance Manager and Editor

  • PhD Humanities (Archaeology), University of Melbourne (to be completed December 2019)
  • Accredited Editor, Institute of Professional Editors
  • Graduate Certificate in Editing and Publishing, University of Southern Queensland
  • Master of Arts (Women’s Studies), University of Melbourne
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Arts (Archaeology), University of Melbourne
  • Honours in Ancient History and Classical Civilisation, Monash University
  • Bachelor of Arts (majors in Ancient History and Classics), Monash University

Larissa Tittl is an editor, researcher, author and independent publisher. She is completing her PhD in Archaeology at the University of Melbourne and has extensive research experience in a range of humanities and social science subjects, from literature to anthropology. Ms Tittl also holds the prestigious position of Head Editor of Amphora, the University of Melbourne postgraduate journal. Since 2012, Ms Tittl has focused on academic editing, assisting students and academics to achieve the best possible standard in their written work. She has extensive experience working with cultural and linguistically diverse students, authors and texts, both as a tutor at the University of Melbourne and in her work transcribing oral history interviews. Ms Tittl has applied her extensive, thoughtful and instructive editing skills to graduate research theses, coursework essays and journal articles from the social sciences, humanities and economics (among other) fields. In addition, she has previous extensive experience writing and editing in various public and private sector roles, including 12 years at Museum Victoria. She is a member of Editors Victoria and the Australian and New Zealand Society of Indexers. Ms Tittl takes great pride in working with writers to produce texts that convey the writer’s research and ideas both effectively and elegantly.