Dr Marinella Marmo joined the Law School in mid-2005, coming from the University of Leicester and, previously, the Liverpool John Moores University.
She investigates victimhood across borders, with emphasis on transnational migration and human rights. Her work has been published by leading journals, and appears in a number of books and edited collections. Her research has attracted significant international attention as evidenced by a substantial number of newsprint articles and has been cited by leading policy-makers across Europe and Australia.
Her contribution to excellence in teaching has been recognised internally and externally, including by an Australian Government’s Citation for Excellence in Teaching in 2012 and by the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology in 2018.
LLB (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).
In 2018, she is the recipient of the ANZ Society of Criminology inaugural Award for Excellence in Teaching.
She is a CI in the ARC Discovery grant DP180102200 Managing migrants and border control in Britain and Australia, 1901-1981 (2018-2020), https://managingmigrants.wordpress.com/blog/
Marinella has held a number of roles, among others Associate Dean (Research) at the Flinders Law School.
At Flinders University, Marinella teaches the upper elective International Criminal Justice. In 2018, she is the module coordinator of International Criminal Justice, and of the Honours Placement Program.
She contributes to the teaching of programs at Master's level.
Marinella has collaborated, and still does, with a number of South Australian agencies in the field of victimhood.
Marinella is an active member of the Italian Community, having held positions as President and Vice-President of the ARIA-SA Committee (Association for Research between Italy and Australasia) and as member of COMITES.
At times, Marinella gives interviews for SBS Radio Italian and other radio stations on transnational crime and human rights in Australia and at international level.
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