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Associate Professor

  • Communication & Culture Department

Curriculum vitae

PhD in Communication
Université de Troyes, France (2011)

Master in Political and Public Communication
Université Paris Est, France (2006)

Master in Linguistics
Université Paris XIII, France (2004)

Master in Humanities
Université de Paris III Sorbonne Nouvelle, France (2003)



MARTINE, T., COOREN, F. (2018) . Évaluer la Créativité à travers le Degré de Solidité de ses Évaluations. Une Approche Relationnelle, Revue Internationale de Communication Sociale et Politique, 21 39-61

MARTINE, T., DE MAEYER, J. (2018) . Networks of Reference: Rethinking Objectivity Theory in Journalism, Communication Theory, qty020


MARTINE, T., COOREN, F., BARTELS, G. (2017) . Evaluating Creativity Through the Degrees of Solidity of Its Assessment: A Relational Approach, Journal of Creative Behavior (The)

MARTINE, T. (2018). How to Follow and Analyze an Idea? And What Does It Mean to Do So for a Communication Researcher?. In Cooren, F. & Malbois, F. (Eds.), How to Follow and Analyze. Routledge.

MARTINE, T., MILBURN, T., & PETERS , K. (2018). God, Love, and Immaterial Sources of Authority. In Bencherki, N., Cooren, F., Matte, F. (Eds.), Authority and Power in Social Interaction: Methods and Analysis. Routledge.

MARTINE, T. (2018). What ‘Following an Idea’ Means for a Communication Researcher., National Communication Association (NCA).

MARTINE, T. (2018). Évaluer la créativité à travers le degré de solidité de ses évaluations., XXIème congrès de la Société Française des Sciences de l'Information et de la Communication, MSH Paris Nord, 13-16 juin 2018.

Scientific activities

Reviewer for an academic journal :

  • Management Communication Quarterly
  • Organization
  • The Communication Review
  • The Journal of Creative Behavior

Reviewer for a scientific conference :

  • ICA Division - Organizational Communication (2016)
  • ICA Division - Language and Social Interaction (2016)