David Rodríguez Goyes

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Postal address Postboks 6706 St. Olavs plass 0130 OSLO
Other affiliations Department of Education (Student)

Academic interests

Goyes has primarily worked with topics related to:

  • Biopiracy
  • Environmental philosophy
  • Green criminology
  • Indigenous issues
  • Southern criminology

Background

DAVID RODRÍGUEZ GOYES is a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Oslo, Norway. He holds a PhD in criminology from the University of Oslo, Norway. He is a lawyer by training, with postgraduate studies in criminal law and a masters in sociology. His main field of research is green criminology, with a focus on biopiracy. His greatest contribution to the field is in the development of a Southern Green Criminology.

Appointments

  • Active member of the International Green Criminology Working Group (IGCWG).
  • Active member of the American Society of Criminology (ASC).
  • Active member of the Colombian Criminology Association (ACC).
  • Colombian Representative in the Steering Committee for the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control.
  • Active member of the Law and Environmental Policy research Group (Spanish accronym PODEA), attached to Colciencias.
  • Active member of the Iustitia research Group attached to Colciencias.
  • Active member of the Network of Criminologists and Criminal Politics Researchers of the Externado University

Publications

Books
Goyes, D. R. (2019). Southern green criminology: A science to end ecological discrimination. Bingley: Emerald.
Goyes, D. R. (2018). Biopiracy from a green criminological perspective. (PhD dissertation), University of Oslo, Oslo.

Edited books
Goyes, D. R., Mol, H., Brisman, A., & South, N. (Eds.). (2017). Environmental crime in Latin America: The theft of nature and the poisoning of land. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Mol, H., Goyes, D. R., South, N., & Brisman, A. (Eds.). (2017). Introducción a la criminología verde. Conceptos para nuevos horizontes y diálogos socioambientales [Introduction to green criminology: Concepts for new horizons and socioenvironmental dialogues]. Bogotá: Temis, Universidad Antonio Nariño.


Edited journal issues
Goyes, D. R., Sollund, R., & South, N. (Forthcoming, 2019). Special issue: Toward global green criminological dialogues: Voices from the Americas and Europe. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 8(2).

Goyes, D. R., Sollund, R., & South, N. (2019). Número especial. Hacia diálogos criminológicos verdes globales. Voces de las Américas y de Europa. Crítica Penal y
Poder, 16.

Journal articles
Goyes, D. R. (Forthcoming, 2019). “Little development, few economic opportunities and many difficulties”: Climate change from a local perspective. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy.
Goyes, D. R., Sollund, R., & South, N. (2019). Introduction to the special issue: Toward global green criminological dialogues: Voices from the Americas and Europe. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 8(2), 1–5.
Goyes, D. R., & South, N. (Forthcoming, 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(2).
Carrington, K., Dixon, B., Fonseca, D., Goyes, D. R., Liu, J., & Zysman, D. (2019). Criminologies of the global south: Critical reflections. Critical Criminology, 27(1). 2
Goyes, D. R., Sollund, R., & South, N. (2019). Introducción de los editores al número especial: Hacia diálogos criminológicos verdes globales: Voces de las Américas y de Europa [Introduction to the special issue: Toward global green criminological dialogues: Voices from the Americas and Europe]. Crítica Penal y Poder, 16(1–8).
Goyes, D. R., & South, N. (Forthcoming, 2019). Entre “Desarrollo’ y ‘Conservación.’” La construcción de la naturaleza “protegida” y el desempoderamiento ambiental de las comunidades indígenas [Between “conservation” and “development.” The construction of “protected nature” and the environmental disenfranchisement of Indigenous communities]. Crítica Penal y Poder, 16.
Goyes, D. R. (2018). “Tactics rebounding” in the Colombian defence of free seeds. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 7(1), 91–107.
Goyes, D. R., & Sollund, R. (2018). Animal abuse, biotechnology and species justice. Theoretical Criminology, 22(3), 363–383. doi:10.1177/1362480618787179
Goyes, D. R. (2017). Corporate lobbying and criminalization. Crime, Law & Social Change, 69(3), 401–419.
Goyes, D. R., & South, N. (2017). “Green criminology before green criminology”: Amnesia and absences. Critical Criminology, 25(2), 165–181.
Goyes, D. R. (2016). Green activist criminology and the epistemologies of the south. Critical Criminology, 24(4), 503–518.
Goyes, D. R., & Sollund, R. (2016). Contesting and contextualising CITES: Wildlife trafficking in Colombia and Brazil. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 5(4), 87–102.
Goyes, D. R., & South, N. (2016). Land-grabs, bio-piracy and the inversion of justice in Colombia. British Journal of Criminology, 56(3), 558–577. doi:10.1093/bjc/azv082

Book chapters
Aas, K. F., & Goyes, D. R. (Forthcoming, 2019). Global ecological destruction. In K. F. Aas (Ed.), Globalization and crime. London: Sage.
Goyes, D. R. (Forthcoming, 2019). Monopolising seeds, monopolising society: A guide to contemporary criminological research of biopiracy. In N. South & A. Brisman (Eds.),Routledge international handbook of green criminology (2nd ed.). Oxon: Routledge.
Goyes, D. R. (2018). Green criminology as a decolonial tool: A stereoscope of environmental harm. In K. Carrington, R. Hogg, J. Scott, & M. Sozzo (Eds.), The Palgrave handbookof criminology and the global south (pp. 323–346). Cham: Palgrave.

Brisman, A., Goyes, D. R., Mol, H., & South, N. (2017). Introduction: The theft of nature and the poisoning of the land in Latin America. In D. R. Goyes, H. Mol, A. Brisman, & N. South (Eds.), Environmental crime in Latin America (pp. 1–11). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Brisman, A., Goyes, D. R., Mol, H., & South, N. (2017). Una Introducción a la Criminología Verde. Raíces, Teoría, Métodos y Temas de Estudio [An introduction to Green Criminology]. In H. Mol, D. R. Goyes, A. Brisman, & N. South (Eds.), Introducción a la Criminología Verde. Conceptos para la Comprensión de los Conflictos Socioambientales (pp. 1–28). Bogotá: UAN, Temis.
Goyes, D. R., & South, N. (2017). The injustices of policing, law and multinational monopolization in the privatization of natural diversity: Cases from Colombia and Latin America. In D. R. Goyes, H. Mol, A. Brisman, & N. South (Eds.), Environmental crime in Latin America (pp. 187–213). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Goyes, D. R. (2015). Denying the harms of animal abductions for biomedical research. In R. Sollund (Ed.), Green harms and crimes. Critical criminology in a changing world (pp.170–188). London: Ashgate.
Goyes, D. R. (2015). Land uses and conflict in Colombia. In A. Brisman, N. South, & R. White (Eds.), Environmental crime and social conflict (pp. 75–93). Surrey, UK: Ashgate.
Goyes, D. R. (2015). La Necesidad de Una Política Preventiva Verde en Colombia [The need of a green preventive public policy in Colombia]. In M. Gutiérrez Quevedo (Ed.),Política Criminal y Prevención (pp. 129–184). Bogotá: Universidad Externado de Colombia.
Goyes, D. R. (2013). Campos ignorados. la investigación en genética humana como parte de la bioprospección, un ejemplo de la integración de las determinantes científicas, económicas y socio-ambientales en una sola área de investigación [Ignored fields: Research in human genetics as part of bioprospecting, an example of the integration of scientific, economic and socio-environmental determinants in one field of research]. In
C. Toro Pérez & L. M. Melgarejo (Eds.), Determinantes científicas, económicas y socio-ambientales de la bioprospección en Colombia (pp. 205–234). Bogotá:Universidad Nacional de Colombia-Colciencias.
Goyes, D. R. (2013). Introducción general, las determinantes como fenómenos sociales a considerar en la construcción de políticas públicas para la bioprospección en Colombia [General introduction, determinants as social phenomena to take into considerationwhen constructing public policy for bioprospecting in Colombia]. In L. M. Melgarejo& C. Toro Pérez (Eds.), Determinantes científicas, económicas y socio-ambientales de
la bioprospección en Colombia (pp. 19–42). Bogotá: Universidad Nacional deColombia.
Goyes, D. R., Pérez-Martínez, L. V., Rodríguez-Figueredo, M. I., Romero-Torres, L. L.,Beltrán Barrera, Y. J., & Melgarejo, L. M. (2013). Análisis comparativo de las experiencias internacionales en bioprospección con las determinantes CESA (científicas, económicas y socio-ambientales) en Colombia [Comparative analysis ofthe international experiences on bioprospecting with the CESA (scientific, economic
and socio environmental) determinants in Colombia. In C. Toro Pérez & L. M. Melgarejo (Eds.), Determinantes científicas, económicas y socio-ambientales de la bioprospección en Colombia (pp. 235–303). Bogotá: Universidad Nacional de Colombia-Colciencias.
 

Book review
Goyes, D. R. (2018). [Review of the book Environmental crime and collaborative state intervention, edited by Grant Pink and Rob White]. Theoretical Criminology, 22(3),494–497. doi:10.1177/1362480618787175

Dictionary entry
Goyes, D. R., & South, N. (2019). Biopiracy. In E. McLaughlin & J. Muncie (Eds.), The SAGE dictionary of criminology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

  • Rodríguez Goyes, David (2018). 'Tactics rebounding' in the colombian defence of seed freedom. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy.  ISSN 2202-7998.  7(1), s 91- 107 . doi: 10.5204/ijcjsd.v7i1.425
  • Rodriguez Goyes, David (2017). Corporate lobbying and criminalisation. Crime, law and social change.  ISSN 0925-4994.  s 1- 19 . doi: 10.1007/s10611-017-9745-8
  • Rodriguez Goyes, David (2016). Green activist criminology and the epistemologies of the south. Critical Criminology.  ISSN 1205-8629.  Published ahead of print, s 503- 518 . doi: 10.1007/s10612-016-9330-y
  • Rodriguez Goyes, David; Mol, Hanneke & South, Nigel (2016). Introduction, In David Rodríguez Goyes; Hanneke Mol; Avi Brisman & Nigel South (ed.),  Environmental Crime in Latin America. The Theft of Nature and the Poisoning of the Land.  Palgrave Macmillan.  ISBN 978-1-137-55704-9.  Introduction.  s 1 - 12
  • Rodriguez Goyes, David & Sollund, Ragnhild (2016). Contesting and contextualising CITES: Wildlife trafficking in Colombia and Brazil. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy.  ISSN 2202-7998.  5(4), s 87- 102 . doi: 10.5204/ijcjsd.v5i4.331
  • Rodriguez Goyes, David & South, Nigel (2016). Land-grabs, Biopiracy and the Inversion of Justice in Colombia. British Journal of Criminology.  ISSN 0007-0955.  56(3), s 558- 577 . doi: 10.1093/bjc/azv082
  • Rodriguez Goyes, David & South, Nigel (2016). The Injustices of Policing, Law and Multinational Monopolisation in the Privatisation of Natural Diversity: Cases from Colombia and Latin America, In David Rodríguez Goyes; Hanneke Mol; Avi Brisman & Nigel South (ed.),  Environmental Crime in Latin America. The Theft of Nature and the Poisoning of the Land.  Palgrave Macmillan.  ISBN 978-1-137-55704-9.  5.  s 189 - 2014
  • Rodriguez Goyes, David (2015). Denying the Harms of Animal Abductions for Biomedical Research, In Ragnhild Sollund (ed.),  Green Harms and Crimes. Critical Criminology in a Changing World.  Palgrave Macmillan.  ISBN 9781137456250.  9.  s 170 - 188
  • Rodriguez Goyes, David (2015). Land Uses and Social Conflict in Colombia, In Avi Brisman; Nigel South & Rob White (ed.),  Environmental Crime and Social Conflict.  Ashgate.  ISBN 978-1-4724-2221-7.  kapittel.  s 75 - 93

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  • Rodríguez Goyes, David (2019). Legal and moral foundations of CITES and Bern conventions: Priorities, conflicts and ambiguities.

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