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Martha tutors and lectures on World Literature, autofiction and ecocriticism, as well as related topics within modern and contemporary literature. She also delivers workshops centred on critical reading, creative writing, and storytelling. 

She works with students from late primary to undergraduate level, including ESL students, and has facilitated programs with organisations in Australia, Hong Kong, and the United Kingdom. 

In 2021, she was a guest lecturer and led a writing workshop for young architects at the UK's Architectural Association School of Architecture as part of a summer module on global care and connectivity after Covid-19.

Most recently, she delivered a
short online lecture on Alice Dunbar-Nelson as part of a British Association for American Studies project, 'Bridging the Resource Gap'.

 Courses 

 

Postcolonial Literature. Hertford College, 2023, 2024; Brasenose College, Autumn 2023; Oxford Study Abroad Programme, 2023; Williams-Exeter Program at the University of Oxford, 2022; Faculty of English, University of Oxford, 2022. 

World Literature. Oxford Study Abroad Programme, Autumn 2023. 

Literature, Culture, and Politics of the 1930s. Faculty of English, University of Oxford (Teaching Assistant), 2023.

Samuel Selvon in Four Novels. Oxford Study Abroad Programme, Summer 2023. 

Global Literature. Sarah Lawrence Program at the University of Oxford, Spring 2022. 

 Undergraduate Supervision 

Architecture and race in H.P. Lovecraft's short horror (University of Oxford)

 

Siblings in James Baldwin
(University of Oxford)

History and memory in Arundhati Roy's novels
(University of Oxford)

Shame and identity in Apartheid-era short stories (University of Bristol)

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