Editorial Work

Editorial Board. The Journal of Veterans Studies. Veterans Studies Association. Fall 2020 – Present.

Review Board. The Journal of First-Year Experience and Students in Transition. U of South Carolina. Fall 2019 – Present.

Reviewer. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship. U of North Georgia. Spr. 2020..

Reviewer. The Journal of Veterans Studies. Veterans Studies Association. Spr. 2020 – Fall 2020.

Co-Editor. Motivate, Inspire, Lead. Hayden-McNeil (2020). Print.

Poetry Editor. As You Were 2 (2015). Military Experience and the Arts. Web.

Editor-in-Chief. As You Were 1 (2015). Military Experience and the Arts. Web.

Editor-in-Chief. Blue Nostalgia 1 (2013). Military Experience and the Arts. Web.

Editor-in-Chief. The Journal of Military Experience 3 (2013). Eastern Kentucky U. Web.

Editor-in-Chief. The Blue Falcon Review 1 (2013). Military Experience and the Arts. Web.

Editor-in-Chief. Blue Streak (2013). Military Experience and the Arts. Web.

Review Board. Kentucky Philological Review 28 (2013). Northern Kentucky U. Print.

Review Board. disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory 22 (2013). U of Kentucky. Print.

Managing Editor. The Journal of Military Experience 2 (2012). Eastern Kentucky U. Print.

Managing Editor. The Journal of Military Experience 1 (2011). Eastern Kentucky U. Print.


Travis L. MartinPhD, is founding director of the Kentucky Center for Veterans Studies at Eastern Kentucky University. He has established several nationally recognized programs to support returning veterans in higher education and the non-profit sector. A scholar of American literature, psychoanalytic trauma theory, and social theory, Dr. Martin presents frequently at conferences and universities. He has published dozens of research articles and creative short works on veterans’ issues. A former sergeant in the U.S. Army, he served during two deployments in the Iraq War (2003-04 & 2005). His book War and Homecoming: Veteran Identity and the Post-9/11 Generation is slated for publication with the University Press of Kentucky in 2022. He resides in Richmond, KY.