Flinders Law School
Marinella Marmo joined the Law School in mid-2005 as a Lecturer in Criminal Justice and Criminology, coming from a position as Lecturer at the University of Leicester and, previously, the Liverpool John Moores University.
In 2008, she was awarded an Honorary Visiting Fellowship at the Department of Criminology, University of Leicester (UK), and in 2011 she was a visiting scholar at the Chinese Academy of Social Science in Beijing as well as at Roma Tre University in Rome. From 2009 to 2012 she contributed as Topic Coordinator and/or Lecturer to a number of Masters topics (such as Issues in Comparative Criminal Justice and Introduction to Trasnational Crime) at the Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention, Faculty of Law, University of Wollongong.
BA (Hons, Law) (Salerno), PhD (Lancaster)
She is the recipient of the 2011 Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching, Flinders University.
In 2012, she was awarded a Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning by the Australian Government (Office for Learning and Teaching).
Marinella will be the Chair of the Faculty Research High Degree Committee in 2014 first semester.
At Flinders University, Marinella teaches the upper elective International Criminal Justice. In 2014, she is the module coordinator of International Criminal Justice, and Advanced Criminology (Honours class). She contributes as a lecturer to Crime and Criminology and Criminal Justice System.
In 2008, she contributed to the Masters module Global Security and Policing at the Department of Criminology University of Leicester, and to the undergraduate Law Programme at the University of Umea, School of Law (Sweden). In 2011, she gave a public lecture on the Italian judiciary and organised crime at the Beijing University of Technology (China). From 2009 to 2011, she lectured in three Masters modules at the Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention, University of Wollongong.
Marinella researches in the areas of international criminal justice, (including European Union) transnational crime and comparative criminology. Currently, she works in the area of migration, border control and trafficking in human beings.
She is also interested in the judiciary's role and their involvement in the approximation and harmonising process in human rights and criminal justice.
: drugs and the state
: human smuggling
: International crimes
Member of the Editorial Committee of the Alternative Law Journal.
Vice President of the ARIA-SA Committee (Association for Research between Italy and Australasia).
At times, Marinella gives interviews for SBS Radio Italian on transnational crime and human rights in Australia and at international level.