Dr. Martinez regularly delivers keynotes at conferences and at universities. She gives public history lectures at libraries, museums, and for foundations. She also speaks for national and local media outlets to discuss the relationship between the past and the present.

Speaking Appearances

  • Universities
    • Brown University
    • Northeastern University 
    • Princeton University
    • Southwestern University
    • Stellenbosch University 
    • Tarrant County College
    • Texas State University 
    • University of Alabama
    • University of California, Berkeley
    • University of California, Los Angeles
    • University of California, Riverside
    • University of California, San Diego
    • University of North Texas
    • University of Texas at Austin
    • Yale University
  • Museums and Historical Organizations
    • Autry Museum of American West 
    • Bullock Texas State History Museum 
    • Hidalgo County Historical Commission 
    • Texas Historical Commission
  • Libraries and Book Festivals
    • Austin Central Public Library 
    • BookWoman
    • Boston Book Festival
    • Forest Hills Library
    • Malvern Books
    • San Antonio Book Festival 
    • Sekula Memorial Library


Supreme Power: Is the Supreme Court the new Legislative Branch | Past Forward | American Experience | PBS
Brown University 2018 Mid-year Completion Celebration Speech
Un Recuerdo Brutal: A History of Violence in Texas | The Division of Diversity and Community Engagement | The University of Texas at Austin
Recovering Disavowed Histories of Anti-Mexican Violence | On Course with Liberal Arts | The University of Texas at Austin


2018 Boston Book Festival