Martha Scott

Martha Scott

Martha is a recent graduate from the University of Oxford where she studied for her postgraduate degree in MSt Study of Religions. Since her undergraduate degree in BA Religion, Politics and Society at the University of Leeds, Martha developed a passion for studying world religions, cultures and communities and is fascinated by the role that faith can play in people’s lives, and its potential for contributing to either cohesion or tension and conflict. In particular, Martha has specialised knowledge in Islamic and Jewish studies, with a particular focus on women’s issues within these two religious traditions.

In her spare time, she enjoys reading novels, singing jazz standards and improving her (very) basic Spanish.

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