Angelina Stanojoska, PhD is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, “St. KlimentOhridski” University – Bitola, Republic of North Macedonia. She graduated at the Police Academy - Skopje (2008), obtained her MSc in Criminology and Criminalistics at the Faculty of Security - Skopje (2011) and her PhD in Security Sciences also at the Faculty of Security - Skopje (2014). During 2016 she received staff mobility grant from the Erasmus Mundus Basileus V Program and used her mobility at the Faculty of Law, Lund University. From May 2018 she continued her postdoctoral research in the area of female criminality at the Max Planck Institute for Crime, Security and Law, Department of Criminology. Her expertise is in the area of criminology, especially female criminality, violent crimes and human trafficking. The latest researches she has conducted are directed towards the analysis of the Agnew’s General Strain Theory and female criminals and inmates which has won the Young Criminologists Award from UNODC and ISC in 2019; and strain and negative emotions in connection to murders committed by women.