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Dr. Ragnhild Sollund is a professor in criminology at the University of Oslo. She has authored, edited, and co-edited 10 books, of which five in the field of green criminology, including Global Harms: Ecological crime and speciesism, Nova science publishers (2008); Eco-global crimes: contemporary problems and future challenges, Ashgate (2012); and Green harms and crimes: Critical criminology in a changing world, Palgrave (2015). Her main research interest is currently legal and illegal wildlife harms; including wildlife trafficking and the illegal killing of protected predators. Before turning her research interest to environmental crimes, she did extensive research within the fields of migration, especially the situation for female migrants, and police racial profiling. She teaches criminology at the University of Oslo at BA/MA level, and is also supervising students at all levels.

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