Zelly Martin is a Ph.D. student in Journalism and Media at the University of Texas at Austin and a graduate research assistant at the Center for Media Engagement. She graduated with an M.A. in Journalism and Media from the University of Texas at Austin and a B.A. in Feminist Studies from Southwestern University. Her research interests include disinformation, especially as it relates to women, health communication, and the public/private divide, as well as digital activism.
Martin, Z. “’The day joy was over’: Representation of pregnancy loss in the news” | Winner of the James W. Carey Memorial Award for Top Student Paper at Association for Education in Journalism and Media, Cultural & Critical Studies Division | 08.05.21
Montiel Valle, D. & Martin, Z. “Entangled with the necropolis: A decolonial feminist analysis of femicide news coverage in Latin America” | International Communication Association | 05.27-31.21
Martin, Z. “Miscarriage in the media: Effects of media representation of miscarriage on knowledge and attitudes” | Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Commission on the Status of Women | 08.06.20