Courtney D. Marshall

Instructor in English
New Faculty Coordinator
Courtney Marshall


B.A. Rutgers University, New Brunswick

M.A. University of California - Los Angeles

Ph.D. University of California - Los Angeles


Courtney Marshall was an assistant professor at the University of New Hampshire, where she taught English and women’s studies for the past six years. Committed to opening dialogues about race, gender and social justice issues, she is an advocate for prison reform and is writing her first book, titled Apprehending Black Womanhood: Citizenship and the Carceral State.

Since 2011, she has led literacy groups at the Northern New Hampshire Correctional Facility in Berlin, in hopes of improving prison life by bringing literature to inmates. A certified personal trainer, Courtney teaches Zumba, boot camp and senior fitness classes.