A list of my publications (published, in review, in preparation) and public outreach activities ...

Peer-reviewed
 

Madero Mabama, V. and Morris, N.J., (in preparation) In pursuit of Mexico City's sustainability: implementation of the 'Green Plan' as an instrument to promote public participation (working title), Journal of Environmental Planning and Management.

Morris, N.J. (under review) Providing ethical guidance for collaborative research in developing countries, Research Ethics.

Witheridge, J. and Morris, N.J. (2014) An analysis of the affect of public policy on community garden organisations in Edinburgh, Local Environment, available online http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/45yRehFrZatECUf9dY2t/full.

Morris, N.J. (2011) Night walking: darkness and sensory perception in a night-time landscape installation, Cultural Geographies 18(3), pp.315-342.

Morris, N.J. (2011) The Orchard: cultivating a sustainable public artwork in the Gorbals, Glasgow, Cultural Geographies (Cultural Geographies in Practice) 18(3), pp.413-420.

Morris, N.J. (2009) Naked in nature: naturism, nature and the senses in early 20th century Britain, Cultural Geographies 16(3), pp. 283-308.

Morris, N.J. and Cant, S.G. (2006) Engaging with place: artists, site-specificity and the Hebden Bridge Sculpture Trail, Social and Cultural Geography 7(6), pp.863-888.

Cant, S.G. and Morris, N.J. (2006) Editorial: Geographies of art and the environment, Social and Cultural Geography 7(6), pp.857-861.

 
Contributions to edited volumes
 

Morris, N.J. (2013) Enduring themes: musings inspired by the journals of Richard Parrot, in in Brind, S and Harold, J. (eds) Curious Arts - No.6: Of Nature and Culture (CCA, Glasgow).

Morris, N.J. (2006) Orchardland, in Warwick, R. (ed) Arcade: Artists and Place-making (Black Dog Publications, London), pp.24-33.

Morris, N.J. and Cant, S.G. (2005) Art or abomination? Visitor experiences of sculpture in the natural landscape, in Brundrett, K. and Thorn, H. (ed) FRED: The Story of an Art Invasion (Foldpress, Cumbria), pp.9-15.


 
Reports
 

Morris, N.J. (2012) Providing ethical guidance for collaborative research in developing countries, Final Report for the Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation (ESPA) Directorate, University of Edinburgh.

Morris, N.J. (2011) Cultivating Urban Greenspace, Summary of the discussion at the Cultivating Urban Greenspace Symposium, School of GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh.

 
Presentations available online
 
Morris, N.J. (2014) The textures of darkness, Multi-sensory Aesthetics and the Environment Workshop, Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh, Available at: http://www.iash.ed.ac.uk/archives/past-events-at-iash/multi-sensory-aesthetics-and-the-environment/ 
Outreach
 
Curious Arts Q&A with the authors session, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, 29 January 2014.

The Art of Camping podcast (5 minutes), commissioned by Dr Deirdre Heddon (University of Glasgow) in association with production company Inbetween Time for 'Nature Walks & Talks' a site-specific installation created for the Bristol location of Up to Nature, a pan-European festival of art, performance and music located in forests outside Bristol, Vienna, Oslo and Kuopio, June-July 2012.

Britain Goes Camping documentary (60 minutes), A Double Band production for the BBC4 'Call of the Wild' season July-August 2010, Brian Henry Martin (Director), Diarmud Lavery (Producer). Script consultant and talking head, 929,000 viewers when first screed on BBC4, 1.5 million viewers when first screened on BBC2, repeated regularly.
 
Book and exhibition reviews
 

Morris, N.J. (2014) Bruce Munro, Field of Light, St Andrew Square, Edinburgh, February 3 - April 28, 2014, Senses and Society 9(3), 366-370.

Morris, N.J. (2009) Wylie, J. (2007) Landscape (London, Routledge), Environmental Values 18(4), pp.526-529.