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Professor Nigel South

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Department of Sociology
Professor Nigel South

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Biography

Room 5A.313 OFFICE HOURS: Autumn - Tuesday 2-3; Friday 3-4 - or just email to arrange to meet. Spring - on research leave A student in the Department in the 1970s, he then studied for a PhD in the field of criminology at Middlesex. He has held teaching and research posts in London and New York, and is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Justice at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, and an Honorary Visiting Professor in the School of Law and Social Sciences, University of Suffolk. In 2013 he received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Society of Criminology, Division on Critical Criminology, and in 2014 was elected a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences. From January 2015 he has been the Director of the Centre for Criminology. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Open Road, the drug and alcohol services charity. At the University of Essex, between 2005 and 2013, he served as Pro-Vice Chancellor for the Faculty of Law and Management, and for Academic Partnerships, and prior to this served as Director of the Health and Social Services Institute, Head of the Department of Health and Human Sciences, and Director of Health Partnerships. He is European Editor of Critical Criminology, an Associate Editor of Deviant Behavior, and a member of the international editorial Board, International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy. He has previously served on the editorial boards of Sociology, The International Journal of Drug Policy and The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice.

Qualifications

  • BA MA (Essex)

  • PhD (CNAA)

Research and professional activities

Research interests

environmental crime

Open to supervise

green criminology and human rights

Open to supervise

illegal and legal drug use and markets

Open to supervise

crime, inequalities and citizenship

Open to supervise

theoretical and comparative criminology

Open to supervise

public health and community services

Open to supervise

Current research

environmental and human rights and the concept of ecocide

resource conflicts and the commodification of water

cultural criminology,green criminology, consumption and waste

drug control and human rights

drugs, social supply and normalisation

Conferences and presentations

Representing environmental harm and resistance on Twitter: The case of the TAP pipeline in Italy

Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Cardiff, United Kingdom, 18/9/2017

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Policing, Punishment and Society (SC205)

Previous supervision

Jennifer Daisy Gresham
Jennifer Daisy Gresham
Thesis title: Producing Soy to Save the Planet? Challenging Sustainable Soy Governance in the Brazilian Amazon and Cerrado.
Degree subject: Sociology
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 29/11/2018
Thomas William Davies
Thomas William Davies
Thesis title: Policing Gangs in London: Perceptions of the Process From Key Practitioners
Degree subject: Criminology and Socio-Legal Research
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 10/4/2018
William White Mcclanahan
William White Mcclanahan
Thesis title: Capturing Appalachia: Visualizing Coal, Culture, and Ecology
Degree subject: Criminology
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 20/12/2017
Jake Coomber-Moore
Jake Coomber-Moore
Thesis title: An Exploration of Evolving Forms of Access to Performance and Image Enhancing Drugs (Pied) and Body Image, on Gold Coast, Australia, with Particular Emphasis on How Users Reconcile Their Drift Into Criminality
Degree subject: Sociology
Degree type: Master of Arts (by Dissertation)
Awarded date: 6/7/2017

Publications

Journal articles (76)

McClanahan, B. and South, N., ‘All knowledge begins with the senses’ : Toward a sensory criminology. British Journal of Criminology

South, N., Arcologies, Eco-shelters and Environmental Exemption: Constructing New Divisions and Inequalities in the Anthropocene. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy. 8 (3)

Goyes, DR., Sollund, R. and South, N., Special Issue. Towards Global Green Criminological Dialogues: Voices from the Americas and Europe. Guest Editors' Introduction. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy. 8 (3), 1-5

Di Ronco, A., Allen-Robertson, J. and South, N., (2019). Representing environmental harm and resistance on Twitter: The case of the TAP pipeline. Crime, Media, Culture. 15 (1), 143-168

South, NG. and García Ruiz, A., (2019). Surrounded by sound: noise, rights and environments. Crime, Media, Culture. 15 (1), 125-141

South, NG. and Brisman, A., (2019). Green Criminology and Environmental Crimes and Harms. Sociology Compass. 13 (1), e12650-e12650

Brisman, A. and South, N., (2019). A Criminology of Extinction: Biodiversity, extreme consumption and the vanity of species resurrection. European Journal of Criminology, 147737081982830-147737081982830

Goyes, DR. and South, N., (2019). Between ‘Conservation’ and ‘Development’: The Construction of ‘Protected Nature’ and the Environmental Disenfranchisement of Indigenous Communities. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy. 8 (3), 89-104

Brisman, A., South, NG. and Walters, E., (2018). Southernizing green criminology: Human dislocation, environmental injustice and climate apartheid. Justice, Power and Resistance. 2 (1), 1-21

Crook, M., Short, D. and South, N., (2018). Ecocide, Genocide, Capitalism and Colonialism: Consequences for indigenous peoples and glocal ecosystems environments. Theoretical Criminology. 22 (3), 298-317

Beirne, P., Brisman, A., Sollund, R. and South, N., (2018). Editors’ introduction to the special issue: ‘For a green criminology’—20 years and onwards. Theoretical Criminology. 22 (3), 295-297

Jaensch, J. and South, N., (2018). Drug Gang Activity and Policing Responses in an English Seaside Town: ‘County Lines’, ‘Cuckooing’ and Community Impacts. Journal of Criminal investigation and Criminology Revija za kriminalistiko in kriminologijo. 69 (4), 269-278

Goyes, DR. and South, N., (2017). Green Criminology Before ‘Green Criminology’: Amnesia and Absences. Critical Criminology. 25 (2), 165-181

Coomber, R., Moyle, L. and South, N., (2016). The normalisation of drug supply: The socialsupplyof drugs as the “other side” of the history of normalisation. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy. 23 (3), 255-263

Johnson, H., South, N. and Walters, R., (2016). The commodification and exploitation of fresh water: Property, human rights and green criminology. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice. 44, 146-162

Goyes, DR. and South, N., (2016). Land-grabs, Biopiracy and the Inversion of Justice in Colombia. British Journal of Criminology. 56 (3), 558-577

South, N., (2016). Free Trade Agreements, Private Courts and Environmental Exploitation: Disconnected Policies, Denials and Moral Disengagement. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy. 5 (4), 45-45

Douvlis, K. and South, N., (2016). Police reform and social change in Greece: The development and merger of the gendarmerie and urban police forces. Revija za Kriminalistiko in Kriminologijo. 67 (4), 289-299

Brisman, A. and South, N., (2015). ‘Life-Stage Dissolution’, Infantilization and Antisocial Consumption. YOUNG. 23 (3), 209-221

South, N., (2015). Anticipating the Anthropocene and greening criminology. Criminology & Criminal Justice. 15 (3), 270-276

Brisman, A. and South, N., (2015). New “Folk Devils,” Denials and Climate Change: Applying the Work of Stanley Cohen to Green Criminology and Environmental Harm. Critical Criminology. 23 (4), 449-460

Brisman, A. and South, N., (2015). An Assessment of Tonry and Farrington?s Four Major Crime Prevention Strategies as Applied to Environmental Crime and Harm. Journal of Criminal Justice and Security (Varstvoslovje). 17 (2), 127-151

South, N., (2014). Green Criminology Environmental Crime Prevention and the Gaps between Law, Legitimacy and Justice. REVIJA ZA KRIMINALISTIKO IN KRIMINOLOGIJO. 65 (4), 373-381

Brisman, A., McClanahan, B. and South, N., (2014). Toward a Green-Cultural Criminology of “the Rural”. Critical Criminology. 22 (4), 479-494

Wyatt, T., Beirne, P. and South, N., (2014). Guest Editors' introduction: Green criminology matters. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy. 3 (2), 1-4

South, N., (2014). Green Criminology: Reflections, Connections, Horizons. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy. 3 (2), 5-20

Wyatt, T., Beirne, P. and South, N., (2014). Special Edition: Green Criminology Matters, Guest Editors’ Introduction. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy. 3 (2), 1-4

South, N., (2014). Green Criminology, Environmental Crime Prevention and the Gaps between Law, Legitimacy and Justice. Journal of Criminal Investigation and Criminology (Revija za Kriminalistiko in Kriminologijo). 65 (4), 373-381

South, N., (2014). Green criminology and organised environmental crimes. ECPR Standing Group on Organised Crime Newsletter. 11 (3), 2-3

Ruggiero, V. and South, N., (2013). Green Criminology and Crimes of the Economy: Theory, Research and Praxis. Critical Criminology. 21 (3), 359-373

Higgins, P., Short, D. and South, N., (2013). Protecting the planet: a proposal for a law of ecocide. Crime, Law and Social Change. 59 (3), 251-266

Meško, G., South, N. and White, R., (2013). Editors’ introduction. Crime, Law and Social Change. 59 (3), 249-250

Ruggiero, V. and South, N., (2013). Toxic State–Corporate Crimes, Neo-liberalism and Green Criminology: The Hazards and Legacies of the Oil, Chemical and Mineral Industries. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy. 2 (2), 12-26

Brisman, A. and South, N., (2013). A green-cultural criminology: An exploratory outline. Crime, Media, Culture: An International Journal. 9 (2), 115-135

South, N., (2013). Environmental regulation: ambiguity, ambivalence and legislative balancing acts. Environmental Scientist. 22 (4), 20-22

Me?ko, G., South, N. and White, R., (2013). Editors? introduction to Special Issue: Green Criminology. Crime, Law and Social Change. 59 (3)

South, N. and Wyatt, T., (2011). Comparing Illicit Trades in Wildlife and Drugs: An Exploratory Study. Deviant Behavior. 32 (6), 538-561

Ruggiero, V. and South, N., (2010). Green Criminology and Dirty Collar Crime. Critical Criminology. 18 (4), 251-262

Ruggiero, V. and South, N., (2010). Critical Criminology and Crimes Against the Environment. Critical Criminology. 18 (4), 245-250

Pretty, J., Peacock, J., Hine, R., Sellens, M., South, N. and Griffin, M., (2007). Green exercise in the UK countryside: Effects on health and psychological well-being, and implications for policy and planning. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 50 (2), 211-231

Green, G., South, N. and Smith, R., (2006). “They Say That You Are a Danger But You Are Not”: Representations and Construction of the Moral Self in Narratives of “Dangerous Individuals”1. Deviant Behavior. 27 (3), 299-328

Green, G., Smith, R. and South, N., (2005). Court-based psychiatric assessment: Case for an integrated diversionary and public health role. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology. 16 (3), 577-591

South, N., Smith, R. and Green, G., (2005). Mental health, social order, system disorder. Criminal Justice Matters. 61 (1), 4-5

South, N., (2004). Book Review: Bouncers: Violence and Governance in the Night-time Economy. Sociology. 38 (5), 1071-1073

South, N., (2004). Managing work, hedonism and ‘the borderline’ between the legal and illegal markets: Two case studies of recreational heavy drug users. Addiction Research & Theory. 12 (6), 525-538

South, N., (2004). Situating Community Initiatives Responding to Drugs, Alcohol and the Threatening ‘Other’: commentary and UK examples. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy. 11 (3), 207-211

South, N., (2004). Crime and Modernity. By John Lea (London: Sage, 2002, 213 pp.  17.99 pb). British Journal of Criminology. 44 (1), 144-147

(2002). Book Reviews. British Journal of Sociology. 53 (1), 149-156

South, N., (2002). Cultures of Consumption and Social Exclusion. Criminal Justice Matters. 47 (1), 28-29

South, N., (2000). Drug diplomacy in the twentieth century: An international history.. BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY. 40 (4), 759-761

Carrabine, E., Lee, M. and South, N., (2000). Social Wrongs and Human Rights: Some Recent Causes for Concern in Britain. Social Justice. 27 (2), 193-211

South, N., (1999). European drug policies and enforcement.. BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY. 39 (4), 654-655

South, N., (1999). Sexed work: Gender, race and resistance in a brooklyn drug market. BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY. 50 (1), 170-171

South, N., (1999). Regulating European drug problems: Administrative measures and civil law in the control of drug trafficking, nuisance and use.. BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY. 39 (4), 654-655

South, N., (1999). Late-modern tensions not post-modern transformations. Criminal Justice Matters. 38 (1), 5-6

Eldridge, K. and South, N., (1998). Evidence-based practice. Slow-acting remedy.. The Health service journal. 108 (5605), 24-25

South, N., (1998). Drug misuse: Prevention, harm minimisation and treatment. BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK. 28 (2), 293-294

Jamieson, R., South, N. and Taylor, I., (1998). Economic Liberalization and Cross-Border Crime: The North American Free Trade Area and Canada's Border with the U.S.A. Part II. International Journal of the Sociology of Law. 26 (3), 285-319

Jamieson, R., South, N. and Taylor, I., (1998). Economic Liberalization and Cross-Border Crime: The North American Free Trade Area and Canada's Border with the U.S.A. Part I. International Journal of the Sociology of Law. 26 (2), 245-272

SOUTH, N., (1998). A Green Field for Criminology?. Theoretical Criminology. 2 (2), 211-233

South, N. and Beirne, P., (1998). Editors' Introduction. Theoretical Criminology. 2 (2), 147-148

Ruggiero, V. and South, N., (1998). Mercati delle droghe: Opportunità e limitazioni. Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia. 39 (4), 513-532

Braggins, J. and South, N., (1998). ISTD: where theory meets practice. Criminal Justice Matters. 34 (1), 6-8

South, N., (1997). Book Reviews : NICHOLAS DORN, JORGEN JEPSEN AND ERNESTO SAVONA (EDS) European Drug Policies and Enforcement London, Macmallan, 1996, 280 pp., £14.99 (pbk), ISBN 0 333 65221 5. Journal of European Social Policy. 7 (2), 167-170

Ruggiero, V. and South, N., (1997). The Late-Modern City as a Bazaar: Drug Markets, Illegal Enterprise and the 'Barricades'. The British Journal of Sociology. 48 (1), 54-54

Ruggiero, V. and South, N., (1997). The late-modern city as a bazaar: Drug markets, illegal enterprise and the 'barricades'. British Journal of Sociology. 48 (1), 35-70

SOUTH, N., (1996). Book Reviews. Sociology. 30 (4), 825-826

Martin, C., South, N. and Dorn, N., (1996). Drugs research in a prison setting. Criminal Justice Matters. 24 (1), 22-25

South, N., (1995). SO WHAT'S NEW?: Some trends in security and surveillance. Criminal Justice Matters. 20 (1), 17-17

South, N., (1993). REVIEWS. The British Journal of Criminology. 33 (4), 576-577

South, N., (1993). CRIMINAL JUSTICE vs PUBLIC HEALTH. Criminal Justice Matters. 12 (1), 10-10

South, N., (1992). REVIEWS. The British Journal of Criminology. 32 (3), 380-381

DORN, N. and SOUTH, N., (1990). DRUG MARKETS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT. The British Journal of Criminology. 30 (2), 171-188

Dorn, N. and South, N., (1986). Criminology and Economics of Drug Distribution in Britain: Options for Control. Journal of Drug Issues. 16 (4), 523-535

Dorn, N. and South, N., (1985). Return of the topic. Health Education Journal. 44 (4), 208-212

Scraton, P. and South, N., (1984). The ideological construction of the hidden economy: Private justice and work-related crime. Contemporary Crises. 8 (1), 1-18

Books (27)

Brisman, A., McClanahan, B., South, N. and Walters, R., (2018). Water, Crime and Security in the Twenty-First Century Too Dirty, Too Little, Too Much. Springer. 1137529865. 9781137529862

(2018). Women and the Criminal Justice System. Springer International Publishing. 3319767747. 9783319767734

Brisman, A., Carrabine, E. and South, N., (2018). The Routledge Companion to Criminological Theory and Concepts. Routledge. 1317593510. 9781317593515

Goyes, DR., Mol, H., Brisman, A. and South, N., (2017). Environmental Crime in Latin America The Theft of Nature and the Poisoning of the Land. Springer. 1137557052. 9781137557056

Rodríguez Goyes, D., Mol, H., South, N. and Brisman, A., (2017). Introducción a la Criminología Verde: Conceptos para la Comprensión de los Conflictos Socioambientales. Editorial Temis S.A

Hall, M., Wyatt, T., South, N., Nurse, A., Potter, G. and Maher, J., (2016). Greening Criminology in the 21st Century: Contemporary debates and future directions in the study of environmental harm. Routledge. 9781472467560

Brisman, A., South, N. and White, R., (2016). Environmental Crime and Social Conflict Contemporary and Emerging Issues. Routledge. 1317142292. 9781317142294

Brisman, A., South, N. and White, R., (2015). Environmental Crime and Social Conflict. Ashgate. 978-1-4724-2220-0

Carrabine, E., Cox, P., Fussey, P., Hobbs, D., South, N. and Thiel, D., (2014). Criminology: A Sociological Introduction (3rd Edition). Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. 978-0-415-64080-0

South, N., (2014). Comparing Prison Systems. Routledge. 9789057005107

South, N. and Weiss, RP., (2014). Introduction: Crime, punishment and the "state of prisons" in a changing world. 9789057005107

(2013). Issues in Green Criminology. Willan. 9781843926344

Brisman, A. and South, N., (2013). Green Cultural Criminology - Constructions of Environmental Harm, Consumerism, and Resistance to Ecocide. Routledge Taylor & Francis. 978-0-415-63074-0

South, N. and Brisman, A., (2013). Routledge International Handbook of Green Criminology. Routledge Taylor & Franics

Carrabine, E., Lee, M., South, N., Cox, P. and Plummer, K., (2008). Criminology A Sociological Introduction, 2nd Edition. Routledge. 9780415464505

South, N. and Beirne, P., (2006). Green Criminology. Ashgate Press. 978-0-7546-2592-6

Pretty, JN., Sellens, MH., South, N. and Wilson, M., (2006). Guide to a healthy planet. University of Essex. 1904059422

Coomber, R. and South, N., (2004). Drug Use in Cultural Contexts 'Beyond the West': Tradition, Change and Post-colonialism. Free Association Books

Carrabine, E., Iganski, P., Lee, M., South, N., Plummer, K. and Turton, J., (2004). Criminology: A Sociological Introduction. Routledge

Carrabine, E., Cox, P., Lee, M., Plummer, K. and South, N., (2004). Criminology: A Sociological Introduction (First edition). Routledge. 9780415281683

Carrabine, E., Cox, P., Lee, M. and South, N., (2002). Crime in Modern Britain. Oxford University Press. 978-0-19-924611-3

South, N., (1999). Drugs: Cultures, Controls and Everyday Life. Sage. 9780761952350

Weiss, RP. and South, N., (1998). Comparing Prison Systems: Toward an International and Comparative Pedagogy. Gordon and Breach Publishers. 9789057005114

Samson, C. and South, N., (1996). The Social Construction of Social Policy: Methodologies, Racism, Citizenship and the Environment. Palgrave Macmillan

Ruggiero, V. and South, N., (1995). EuroDrugs: Drug Use, Markets and Trafficking in Europe. UCL Press

Dorn, N., Ribbens, J. and South, N., (1995). Coping with a Nightmare: Family Feelings about Long-Term Drug Use (2nd edition). Institute for the Study of Drug Dependence with Adfam National

Dorn, N., Henderson, S. and South, N., (1991). AIDS: Women, Drugs and Social Care. Falmer Press. 1850008736. 9781135427795

Book chapters (61)

Brisman, A., South, N. and Walters, R., (2018). Climate Apartheid and Environmental Refugees. In: The Palgrave Handbook of Criminology and the Global South. Springer International Publishing. 301- 321. 9783319650203

(2018). Routledge Handbook of Critical Criminology. In: Routledge Handbook of Critical Criminology: Second Edition. Routledge. 132- 142. 9781138656192

South, NG. and Brisman, A., (2018). Perspectives on wildlife crime: the convergence of ‘green’ and ‘conservation’ criminologies. In: Wildlife Crime: From Theory to Practice. Editors: moreto, W., . Temple University Press.

South, NG. and Brisman, A., (2018). Green criminology, zemiology, and comparative and inter-relational justice in the Anthropocene era. In: Zemiology: Reconnecting Crime and Social Harm. Editors: Boukli, A. and Kotzé, J., . Palgrave

South, NG. and Brisman, A., (2018). Autosarcophagy in the Anthropocene and the Obscenity of an Epoch. In: Criminology and the Anthropocene. Editors: Shearing, C. and Holley, C., . Routledge

Brennan, K., Milne, E., South, N. and Turton, J., (2018). Women and the Criminal Justice System—Moving Beyond the Silo. In: Women and the Criminal Justice System. Springer International Publishing. 1- 11. 9783319767734

(2017). The Routledge Handbook of Technology, Crime and Justice. In: The Routledge Handbook of Technology, Crime and Justice. Routledge. 310- 324. 9781138820135

South, N., (2017). Environmental Crimes and Harms: a Green Criminology Approach and Socio-legal Challenges. Editors: Bergin, T. and Orlando, E., . Routledge

South, NG., (2017). Monstrous nature: A meeting of gothic, green and cultural criminologies. In: Routledge International Handbook of Visual Criminology. Editors: Brown, M. and Carrabine, E., . Routledge. 553- 566. 9781315713281

(2017). Transnational Environmental Crime. In: Transnational Environmental Crime. Routledge. 233- 244. 9781409447856

South, N., (2016). Green Criminology and Brown Crime: Despoliation, Disposal and De-manufacturing in Global Resource Industries. In: Hazardous Waste and Pollution. Springer International Publishing. 11- 25. 9783319180809

Hall, M., (2016). Greening Criminology in the 21st Century. In: Greening Criminology in the 21st Century: Contemporary Debates and Future Directions in the Study of Environmental Harm. Routledge. 219- 232. 9781472467560

(2016). Research Ethics in Criminology. In: Research Ethics in Criminology: Dilemmas, Issues and Solutions. Routledge. 166- 182. 9781138803695

South, N., (2016). The contested planet: global green criminology, environmental crime and the world. In: Environmental Crime in Transnational Context: Global Issues in Green Enforcement and Criminology. Editors: Spapens, T., White, R. and Huisman, W., . Routledge

Brisman, A., McClanahan, B. and South, N., (2016). Fractured Earth, Forced Labour: A Green Criminological Analysis of Rights and the Exploitation of Landscapes and Workers in Rural Contexts. In: The Routledge International Handbook of Rural Criminology. Editors: Donnermeyer, JF., . Routledge. 9781138799745

Sergi, A. and South, N., (2016). 'Earth, Water, Air, and Fire': Environmental Crimes, Mafia Power and Political Negligence in Calabria. In: Illegal Entrepreneurship, Organized Crime and Social Control Essays in Honor of Professor Dick Hobbs. Editors: Antonopoulos, GA., . Springer. 85- 100. 9783319316062

Coomber, R., Moyle, L. and South, N., (2016). Reflections on three decades of research on 'social supply' in the UK. In: Friendly Business International Views on Social Supply, Self-Supply and Small-Scale Drug Dealing. Editors: Werse, B. and Bernard, C., . Springer. 13- 28. 978-3-658-10328-6

Brisman, A., McClanahan, B. and South, N., (2016). Water Security, Crime and Conflict. In: Oxford Handbooks in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Editors: Tonry, M., . Oxford University Press (OUP)

McClanahan, B., Brisman, A. and South, N., (2015). Privatization, pollution and power: A green criminological analysis of present and future global water crises. In: The Routledge International Handbook of the Crimes of the Powerful. 223- 234. 9780415741262

Johnson, H., South, N. and Walters, R., (2015). Environmental Crime, Human Rights and Green Criminology. In: The Routledge International Handbook of Criminology and Human Rights. Editors: Weber, L., Fishwick, E. and Marmo, M., . Routledge

Brisman, A. and South, N., (2015). State-corporate environmental harms and paradoxical interventions: Thoughts in honour of Stanley Cohen. In: Green Harms and Crimes - Critical Criminology in a Changing World. Editors: Sollund, RA., . Palgrave MacMillan. 9781137456267

Brisman, A., South, N. and White, R., (2015). Toward a criminology of environment-conflict relationship. In: Environmental Crime and Social Conflict. Editors: Brisman, A., South, N. and White, R., . Ashgate. 978-1-4724-2220-0

Coomber, R. and South, N., (2014). Fear and Loathing in Drugs Policy: Risk, Rights and Approaches to Drug Policy and Practice. In: Prohibition, Religious Freedom, and Human Rights: Regulating Traditional Drug Use. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. 235- 248. 3642409563. 9783642409561

South, N., (2014). Foreword: Seeing the Invisible. In: Invisible Crimes and Social Harms. Editors: Davies, P., Francis, P. and Wyatt, T., . Palgrave MacMillan. 9781137347831

South, N., Eman, K. and Meško, G., (2014). History of Green Criminology. In: Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Editors: Bruinsma, G. and Weisburd, D., . Springer. 2172- 2181. 978-1-4614-5689-6

South, N., Brisman, A. and Mcclanahan, WW., (2014). Green Criminology. In: Oxford Bibliographies in Criminology. Editors: Wright, R., . Oxford University Press (OUP)

(2013). Global Environmental Harm. In: Global Environmental Harm: Criminological Perspectives. Willan. 228- 247. 9781843927983

Winlow, S., (2013). New Directions in Crime and Deviancy. In: New Directions in Crime and Deviancy. Routledge. 99- 110. 9780203102657

Brisman, A. and South, N., (2013). Conclusion: The planned obsolescence of planet Earth? How green criminology can help us learn from experience and contribute to our future. In: Routledge International Handbook of Green Criminology. Editors: South, N. and Brisman, A., . Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. 159- 161. 978-1-13-884669-2

South, N., Brisman, A. and Beirne, P., (2013). A Guide to a Green Criminology. In: Routledge International Handbook of Green Criminology. Editors: South, N. and Brisman, A., . Routledge Taylor & Franics. 159- 161

South, N., Brisman, A. and Beirne, P., (2013). A Guide to a Green Criminology. In: The Routledge International Handbook of Green Criminology. Editors: South, N. and Brisman, A., . Routledge, Taylor & Francis. 978-1-13-884669-2

Brisman, A. and South, N., (2013). Introduction: Horizons, issues and relationships in green criminology. In: The Routledge International Handbook of Green Criminology. Editors: South, N. and Brisman, A., . Routledge, Taylor & Francis. 159- 161. 978-1-13-884669-2

South, N. and Brisman, A., (2013). Resource Wealth, Power, Crime, and Conflict. In: Emerging Issues in Green Criminology: Exploring Power, Justice and Harm. Editors: Walters, R., Westerhuis, D. and Wyatt, T., . Palgrave. 57- 71. 9781137273987

South, N. and White, R., (2013). The antecedents and emergence of a 'Green' Criminology. In: Annual Meeting Presidential Papers ? Selected Papers from the Presidential Panels: Expanding the Core: Neglected Crimes, Groups, Causes and Policy Approaches. Editors: Agnew, R., . American Society of Criminology

South, N. and Brisman, A., (2013). Introduction: Horizons, Issues and Relationships in Green Criminology. In: Routledge International Handbook of Green Criminology. Editors: South, N. and Brisman, A., . Routledge Taylor & Franics. 159- 161

Beirne, P. and South, N., (2012). Greening Criminology. In: Greening the Academy. SensePublishers. 23- 32. 9462091005. 9789462091009

Fussey, P. and South, N., (2012). Heading Toward a New Criminogenic Climate: Climate Change, Political Economy and Environmental Security. In: Climate Change from a Criminological Perspective. Springer New York. 27- 40. 1461436397. 9781461436393

South, N., (2012). Climate Change, Environmental (In)Security, Conflict and Crime. In: Criminological and Legal Consequences of Climate Change. Editors: Farrall, S., Ahmed, T. and French, D., . Hart. 97- 112. 9781849461863

Byrne, P. and South, N., (2012). Environmental justice, animal rights and the greening of criminology. In: Greening the Academy: Ecopedagogy Through the Liberal Arts. Editors: Fassbinder, SD., Nocella, AJ. and Kahn, R., . Sense. 9789462090996

Gobert, J., (2011). European Developments in Corporate Criminal Liability. In: European Developments in Corporate Criminal Liability. Routledge. 161- 174. 9780203819203

South, N., (2011). Nature, difference and the rejection of harm: Expanding the agenda for green criminology. In: Global Harms: Ecological Crime and Speciesism. 187- 200. 9781613246801

Lee, M. and South, N., (2009). Drugs. In: The Sage Dictionary of Policing. Editors: Wakefield, A. and Flemong, J., . Sage. 94- 96. 9781412930987

South, N., (2009). Ecocide, Conflict and Climate Change: challenges for criminology and the research agenda in the 21st century. In: Eco-crime and justice: essays on environmental crime. Editors: Kangaspunta, K. and Marshall, IH., . UNICRI

South, N., (2008). Nature, difference and the rejection of harm: Expanding the agenda for green criminology. In: Global Harms: Ecological Crime and Speciesism. 187- 200. 9781604567700

Lee, M. and South, N., (2008). Drugs Policing. In: The Handbook of Policing (second edition). Editors: Newburn, T., . Willan. 497- 521. 9781843925002

South, N., (2007). Inequalities, Crime, and Citizenship. In: The Blackwell Companion to Social Inequalities. Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 350- 371. 0631231544. 9780631231547

South, N., (2007). The Corporate Colonisation of Nature: Bio-Prospecting, Bio-Piracy and the Development of Green Criminology. In: Issues in Green Criminology: confronting harms against environments, humanity and other animals. Editors: Beirne, P. and South, N., . Willan Publishing. 230- 247. 1-84392-219-3. 978-1-84392-219-3

(2005). AIDS: Women, Drugs and Social Care. In: AIDS: Women, Drugs and Social Care. Routledge. 93- 99. 1850008736. 9781850008743

Coomber, R. and South, N., (2004). Drugs, Cultures and Controls in Comparative Perspective. In: Drug Use in Cultural Contexts 'Beyond the West': Tradition, Change and Post-colonialism. Editors: Coomber, R. and South, N., . Free Association Books. 13- 26

South, N., (2003). Policing and Drugs. In: The Handbook of Policing. Editors: Newburn, T., . Willan Publishing. 421- 442. 9781843920199

South, N., (2002). Drugs, Alcohol and Crime. In: The Oxford Handbook of Criminology. Editors: Maguire, M., Morgan, R. and Reiner, R., . Oxford University Press (OUP). 914- 946

South, N., (2001). The Police and Policing. In: The New British Politics. Editors: Budge, I., Crewe, I., McKay, D. and Newton, K., . Longman. 505- 535. 9780582418387

South, N., (1999). Debating Drugs and Everyday Life: Normalisation, Prohibition and 'Otherness'. In: Drugs: Cultures, Controls and Everyday Life. Editors: South, N., . Sage. 1- 15. 9780761952350

South, N., (1998). Corporate and State Crimes Against the Environment: Foundations for a Green Perspective in European Criminology. In: The New European Criminology. Editors: Ruggiero, V., South, N. and Taylor, I., . Routledge. 443- 461. 9781134714803

South, N., (1997). Late-Modern Criminology: 'Late' as in 'Dead' or 'Modern' as in 'New'?. In: Sociology After Postmodernism. Editors: Owen, D., . Sage. 81- 102. 9780803975156

Samson, C. and South, N., (1996). Introduction: Social Policy Isn't What it Used to Be: The Social Construction of Social Policy in the 1980s and 1990s. In: The Social Construction of Social Policy: Methodologies, Racism, Citizenship and the Environment. Editors: Samson, C. and South, N., . Macmillan. 1- 16

South, N., (1995). Drug Markets and Law Enforcement. In: Professional Criminals. Editors: Hobbs, D., . International Library of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Penology. 25- 42. 9781855214149

South, N., (1994). Drugs: Control, Crime and Criminological Studies. In: Oxford Handbook of Criminology. Editors: Maguire, M., Morgan, R. and Reiner, R., . Oxford University Press (OUP). 393- 440

South, N., (1993). After Mr Bennett and Mr Bush: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Prospects for Drug Control. In: Global Crime Connections: Dynamics and Control. Editors: Pearce, F. and Woodiwiss, M., . Macmillan. 72- 90. 9780802028389

South, N., (1992). Moving Murky Money: Drug Trafficking, Law Enforcement and the Pursuit of Criminal Profits. In: Offenders and Victims: Theory and Policy. Editors: Farrington, DP. and Walklate, S., . British Society of Criminology and the Institute for the Study and Treatment of Delinquency. 167- 193

Dorn, N. and South, N., (1991). Drugs, Crime and Law Enforcement: Some Issues for Europe. In: Crime in Europe. Editors: Heidensohn, F. and Farrell, M., . Routledge. 72- 83

Conferences (4)

Brisman, A. and South, N., (2016). WATER, INEQUALITIES AND INJUSTICE: SOCIAL DIVISIONS, RACISM AND COLONIALISM - PAST AND PRESENT

White, R. and South, N., (2013). The Future of Green Criminology: Horizon Scanning and Climate Change

Akhtar, S. and South, N., (2000). "Hidden from heroin's history": Heroin use and dealing within an English Asian community - A case study

SOUTH, N., (1994). Privatizing Policing in the European Marker: Some Issues for Theory, Policy, and Research

Other (2)

South, N., (2015).Environmental Justice,Scottish Justice Matters

South, N., (2001).Idle Hands' [Thematic Review on Drug Treatment and Unemployment](1),Drug and Alcohol Findings

Grants and funding

2016

Promoting Post Graduate Teaching and Research on Human Rights and Drugs

Open Society Foundation

Contact

n.south@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 872693

Location:

5A.313, Colchester Campus