provides the bases for the content of the film and photo book. Both the film and the photo book were created to share the findings of in-depth scientific research carried out between 2006 and 2016 on the resettlement process in the Limpopo National Park. Scientific publications provide more details about the case.
• Jessica Milgroom (2015) Policy processes of a land grab: at the interface of politics ‘in the air’ and politics ‘on the ground’ in Massingir, Mozambique. JOURNAL OF PEASANT STUDIES 42(3-4): 585-606.
• Jessica Milgroom, Ken Giller and Cees Leeuwis (2014) Three interwoven dimensions of natural resource use: quantity, quality and access in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area. HUMAN ECOLOGY 42(2): 199-214.
• Jessica Milgroom and Ken Giller (2013) Courting the rain: rethinking seasonality and adaptation to recurrent drought in semi-arid Southern Africa. AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS 118: 91-104.
• Jessica Milgroom and Marja Spierenburg. (2008) Induced volition: resettlement from the Limpopo National Park, Mozambique. JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN STUDIES 26 (4): 435-448.
- Jessica Milgroom, Cees Leeuwis, Janice Jiggins. (2011) Limpopo case: the role of research in conflict over natural resources; informing resettlement negotiations in Limpopo National Park, Mozambique. In Knowledge in Action. (Eds) Annemarie van Paassen, Jolanda van den Berg, Eveliene Steingrover, Renate Werkman, & Bas Pedroli. Wageningen Academic publishers, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
- Ken E. Giller, Frederic Baudron, Steven Matema, Jessica Milgroom, Chrispen Murungweni, Chloé Guerbois, & Wayne Twine. (2012) Population and livelihoods on the edge. In Transfrontier Conservation Areas: People Living on the edge. (Eds) Jens Andersson Michel de Garine-Wichatitsky, David Cumming, Vupenyu Dzingirai & Ken Giller. Earthscan, London.