I am a lecturer and researcher in the United Kingdom at Loughborough University London. I received my MSc in Entrepreneurship in 2010 and PhD in 2015 from Nottingham University Business School. I am from Seattle, USA, where I developed my background in youth arts education and building new organizations in the voluntary sector.
My research interests include entrepreneurship, digital technologies and cyberfeminism, and critical realist philosophy. I use an intersectional feminist perspective to understand social dynamics, and the ways that technology impacts society, especially the world of work. This blog represents my own views, not those of the university.
Martinez Dy, A., Martin, L., Marlow, S. (2018) Emancipation through digital entrepreneurship? A critical realist analysis. Organization (online first)
Martinez Dy, A., Marlow, S., Martin, L. (2016) A Web of Opportunity or the Same Old Story? Women Digital Entrepreneurs and Intersectionality Theory. Human Relations 70(3): 286-311.
Martinez Dy, A., Martin, L., Marlow, M. (2014) Developing a Critical Realist Positional Approach to Intersectionality. Journal of Critical Realism, 13(5): 447-466.
Hats I Wear:
Programme Director, MSc Managing Innovation in Creative Organisations Innovation for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Loughborough University London
Editorial Board Member
Journal of Critical Realism and Centre for Critical Realism
2016 – present
Track Chair, Gender
Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference
Human Relations; International Small Business Journal; Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice; Business and Society; International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research
Social Media Co-Editor
International Small Business Journal, 2016 – present
Digital Women UK (http://www.digitalwomenuk.co.uk/)
Connecting Women Creatives, Entrepreneurs, Techies and Digital Media
2014 – present