In recent news, Professor Carol Martin was a speaker and curator for Segal Talks at CUNY Graduate Center, as well as Hotel Modern (Holland), Rabih Mroué (Lebanon), and Nicolas Kent (United Kingdom). The talks are focused on theatre of the real and can be viewed at these links:
Professor Martin also accepted invitations to join the advisory board of "Extended Play," the literary website of the Civilians, and "Elements in Theatre, Performance and the Political," a new series of original, concise and authoritative, peer-reviewed scholarly research essays, edited by leading scholars, editors Linda Tomko and Trish Re.
Additionally, Professor Martin was invited to join the Italian Advisory Board Comunicazioni Sociali, Scientific Committee (double-blind peer reviewed journal), Milan; was an invited speaker for “Theatre in the Coronavirus” as part of the Dean’s International Lecture Series at the Yolanda and David Katz Faculty of the Arts, Tel Aviv University (view the talk here) and asked by the Japan Foundation to have a public discussion with Satoshi Miyagi about Japanese Noh theatre and other global traditions in his re-imagining of Antigone at the Park Armory.
She published two book chapters: “Under the Radar Festival, New York: Experimental, Urban and Global” in Cambridge Companion to International Theatre Festivals edited by Ric Knowles, Cambridge University Press, 2020, and “La Table et Le Monde Hors Scène: Les Objects Scéniques Dans Le Théâtre Du Réel” (“Tables and the Offstage World: Stage Objects and Theatre of the Real”) in Les Théâtres documentaires edited by Beatrice Picon-Vallin, Montlellier, Deuxième époque, 2019.