Sollund, Ragnhild

University of Oslo


Ragnhild Sollund is a professor of criminology at the University of Oslo, dept. of Criminology and Sociology of Law. She has written extensively on topics such as migration and police racial profiling. The past decade she has specialised in green criminology, particularly issues concerning wildlife management and exploitation, animal abuse and animal rights. She is the author and editor of many articles and books, such as The crimes of wildlife trafficking. Issues of justice, legality and morality (Routledge 2019), Green harms and crimes. Critical Criminology in a changing world. (Palgrave 2015) and Global Harms. Ecological crime and speciesism (Nova science publishers 2008). She is currently conducting a research project funded by the Research Council, Norway, CRIMEANTHROP where the research team explores the implementation of the CITES and Berne convention and wildlife use and management in four countries; Norway, UK, Germany and Spain.