Elizabeth M. Lunstrum

Department of Geography

Associate Professor

Office: S. Ross 412
Phone: (416)736-2100 Ext: 46010
Emaillunstrum@yorku.ca
Primary websitewww.yorku.ca/lunstrum/


Area of Specialization

Geography

Degrees

Ph.D., University of Minnesota
M.A., Michigan State University
B.A., University of Washington
B.A., University of Washington


Research Interests

Political ecology of international borders; People-park relations; The militarization of conservation; Wildlife crime; Political ecology of conflict/post-conflict spaces; Environmental displacement; Conservation and human rights abuses; Aboriginal rights; Migration and mobility; Territorialization and land grabs; Southern Africa, North America

Selected Publications

Lunstrum, E. Forthcoming. Green grabs, land grabs, and the spatiality of displacement: Eviction from Mozambique’s Limpopo National Park. Area [accepted June 2014].

Lunstrum, E. 2014. Green militarization: Anti-poaching efforts and the spatial contours of Kruger National Park. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 104 (4): 816-832 (available at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/00045608.2014.912545).

Bose, P. & E. Lunstrum. 2014. Introduction: Environmentally Induced Displacement and Forced Migration. Refuge 29 (2): 5-10 (available at http://pi.library.yorku.ca/ojs/index.php/refuge/article/viewFile/38163/34559).

Lunstrum, E. 2013. Articulated sovereignty: extending Mozambican state power through the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Political Geography, 36: 1-11 (avilable at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0962629813000413).

Lunstrum, E. 2010. Reconstructing history, grounding claims to space: history, memory, and displacement in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. South African Geographical Journal 92 (2): 129-143.

Lunstrum, E. 2009. “Terror, Territory, and Deterritorialization: Landscapes of Terror and the Unmaking of State Power in the Mozambican ‘Civil’ War.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 99 (5): 884-892.

Selected Publications

Lunstrum, E. Forthcoming. Green grabs, land grabs, and the spatiality of displacement: Eviction from Mozambique’s Limpopo National Park. Area [accepted June 2014].

Lunstrum, E. 2014. Green militarization: Anti-poaching efforts and the spatial contours of Kruger National Park. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 104 (4): 816-832 (available at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/00045608.2014.912545).

Bose, P. & E. Lunstrum. 2014. Introduction: Environmentally Induced Displacement and Forced Migration. Refuge 29 (2): 5-10 (available at http://pi.library.yorku.ca/ojs/index.php/refuge/article/viewFile/38163/34559).

Lunstrum, E. 2013. Articulated sovereignty: extending Mozambican state power through the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Political Geography, 36: 1-11 (avilable at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0962629813000413).

Lunstrum, E. 2010. Reconstructing history, grounding claims to space: history, memory, and displacement in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. South African Geographical Journal 92 (2): 129-143.

Lunstrum, E. 2009. “Terror, Territory, and Deterritorialization: Landscapes of Terror and the Unmaking of State Power in the Mozambican ‘Civil’ War.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 99 (5): 884-892.

All Publications

Book Chapters

Lunstrum, E. 2011. An uncomfortable fit? Transfrontier parks as mega-projects. Engineering earth: the impacts of mega-engineering projects, edited by S. Brunn. New York: Springer Press, 1223-1242.

Lunstrum, E. 2011. State rationality, development, and the making of sovereign territory: from colonial extraction to postcolonial conservation in Mozambique’s Massingir District. Cultivating the colonies: colonial states and their environmental legacies, edited by C.F. Ax, C. Brimnes, N.T. Jensen & K. Oslund. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, 239-274.

Lunstrum, E. 2014. Borders, states, nations: living political geography. Transnational Borders, Transnational Lives: Academic Mobility at the Borderland, edited by R. Tremblay & S. Hardwick. Montreal: University of Quebec Press, 131-142.

Journal Articles

Lunstrum, E. Forthcoming. Green grabs, land grabs, and the spatiality of displacement: Eviction from Mozambique’s Limpopo National Park. Area [accepted June 2014].

Lunstrum, E. Forthcoming. Conservation meets militarization in Kruger National Park: Historical encounters and complex legacies. Conservation and Society.

Massé, F. and E. Lunstrum. Forthcoming. Accumulation by securitization: Commercial poaching, neoliberal conservation, and the creation of new wildlife frontiers. Geoforum.

Lunstrum, E., P. Bose, and A. Zalik. Forthcoming. Environmental displacement: The common ground of climate change, extraction, and conservation. Area. [Introduction to a special issue on Environmental Displacement]

Lunstrum, E. 2014. Green militarization: Anti-poaching efforts and the spatial contours of Kruger National Park. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 104 (4): 816-832 (available at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/00045608.2014.912545).

Bose, P. & E. Lunstrum. 2014. Introduction: Environmentally Induced Displacement and Forced Migration. Refuge 29 (2): 5-10 (available at http://pi.library.yorku.ca/ojs/index.php/refuge/article/viewFile/38163/34559).

Lunstrum, E. 2013. Articulated sovereignty: extending Mozambican state power through the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Political Geography, 36: 1-11 (avilable at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0962629813000413).

Lunstrum, E. 2010. Reconstructing history, grounding claims to space: history, memory, and displacement in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. South African Geographical Journal 92 (2): 129-143.

Lunstrum, E. 2009. “Terror, Territory, and Deterritorialization: Landscapes of Terror and the Unmaking of State Power in the Mozambican ‘Civil’ War.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 99 (5): 884-892.

Lunstrum, E. 2008. “Investing in Development: Mozambique’s 1997 Land Law and the Limpopo National Park.” The Geographical Review 98 (3): 339-355.

Conference Proceedings

Conference Papers

2015. A Political Ecology of International Borders: The Edge Spaces of Green Violence. To be presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, April. (This is part of a three-part panel on Green Violence I am organizing with Maano Ramutsindela and Bram Buscher. The paper will also be presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of Borderlands Studies, Portland, April).

2015. Remote Control: Conservation Surveillance and Technologies of Power. Panel discussion organized by Richard Schroeder and Jenny R. Isaac, Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, April.

2014. [with Francis Massé] . Accumulation by Securitization: Neoliberal Conservation and the Creation of New Wildlife Frontiers. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Tampa, April. [Paper also presented at the Conference on “Green Economy in the South - Negotiating Environmental Governance, Prosperity and Development,” University of Dodoma, Tanzania, July 2014.]

2013. [with Francis Massé] . The Greater Lebombo Conservancy: a dual green grab. Presented at the Conference on Grabbing ‘Green’: Questioning The Green Economy. University of Toronto, May.

2013. Rhino poaching in and through the GLTFCA: A Preliminary Socio-ecological Discussion. Presented at the Workshop on The Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area (GLTFCA) a Decade after Inception: Taking Stock of Current Socio-Ecological Research, Sothern African Wildlife College, July

2012. Rhino poaching and the dual militarization of South Africa’s Kruger National Park. Presented at the Conference on Critical Geography, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, November.

2012. Bringing down borders, provoking displacement in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Presented at the Workshop on Environmental Displacement in a Global Context, York University, Toronto, May.

2012. Environmental displacement. Refugee Research Network Annual Meeting, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, Toronto, May.

2011. Transfrontier conservation, border reorganization and multiple displacements along the Kruger-Limpopo Border. Presented at the Conference on Fences, walls and borders: state of insecurity?, Université du Québec à Montréal, May.

2011. Open border, closed border, secure border? Contradictions of cross-border mobility in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Presented at the Canadian Association of African Studies Annual Conference, York University, Toronto, May.

2011. Bringing down borders, provoking displacement in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Seattle, April.

2011. Long Way Down and the politics of aid: rethinking “Africa.” The York Circle Prestigious Performances Series, York University, Toronto, November.

2010. “Transnational Conservation as the Death of the State? The Consolidation of State Sovereignty through ‘Sovereignty-Threatening’ Relationships.” To be presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C., April. (This is part of a two-part panel on the politics of transfrontier conservation, which I co-organized)

2009. “Regional Integration and Transfrontier Conservation: Reorganizing the Kruger / Limpopo Border.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Ottawa, May.

2009. “Contestations of Neoliberal Development: Transfrontier Conservation, Regional Integration, and Rural Livelihoods in Mozambique's Limpopo National Park.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas, March.

2009. “In the Heart of the Beast: Teaching World Regions, Critiquing Empire.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas, March (panelist and chair).

2008. “Uncovering pasts that haunt the present: The Limpopo National Park, Migration, and Multiple Dislocations.” Presented at the Conference on In Search of Solutions: Methods, Movements and Undocumented Migrants in Africa, Forced Migration Studies Programme, University of Witwatersrand, July.

2008. “’Civil’ War and the Deterritorialization of Mozambique: State Making, State Unmaking, and Landscapes of Violence.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Boston, April.

2007. “State Making, State Unmaking, and Landscapes of Borderland Violence: Apartheid South Africa’s War of Destabilization in Rural Mozambique.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, April.

2006. “Community, Territory, and State-Making in Mozambique’s Massingir District: Reconstructing Territorial Change through Archives and Oral Histories.” Presented at the Social Science History Association, Minneapolis, November.

2006. “State Rationality, Development, and the Making of Sovereign Territory: From Colonial Extraction to Postcolonial Conservation in Mozambique’s Massingir District.” Presented at the Conference on Colonialism, Postcolonialism, and Environment, German Historical Institute, Washington, DC, May.

2006. “Investing in Development: Mozambique’s 1997 Land Law and the Limpopo National Park.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, March.

2006. “The Making and Unmaking of Mozambique’s Sovereign Territory: Linking Communal Villages, Civil War, and Transnational Conservation.” Presented at the West Lakes Division of the Association of American Geographers Conference, Iowa City, November.

2005. “Mozambican National Development Policy and the Reorganization of Territory.” Presented at the Public Affairs Office, United States Embassy, Maputo, Mozambique, March.

2003. "The Roles of Discourse in Actor Networks." Presented at the Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, New Orleans, March.

2002. "Material and Discursive Struggles Over Land and Landscape in Zimbabwe’s Nyanga National Park." Presented at the West Lakes Division of the Association of American Geographers Conference, Minneapolis, October.

2001. “The Nature of the Nation: The Natural Environment, National Belonging, and Nation Building.” Presented at the Gender in an International Context Consortium, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, March.

2001. “Constructing Difference in the Service of Colonialism: Race, Gender, and the Scientific Mapping of Bodies.” Presented at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference, Minneapolis, June.

2000. “Liberatory Education in the Feminist Classroom” (joint presentation), presented at the Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Conference, St. Paul, June.

2000. “Gender, the Environment, and Taking Place Seriously.” Presented at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference, Boston, June.

1999. “Theories of Power, Grassroots Organizing, and the Environmental Justice Movement.” Presented at the Society for Practical and Professional Ethics, Washington, D.C., February.

Book Reviews

Lunstrum, E. 2013. Book review of Campbell, C., ed. 2011. A Century of Parks Canada, 1911-2011. Calgary: University of Calgary Press. The Canadian Geographer 51 (1): e15.

Lunstrum, E. 2011. Book review of Tyner, J. 2009. War, violence, and population: making the body count. New York: Guilford Press. The Geographical Journal 177 (1): 99.

Nagar, R., M. Chu, and E. Lunstrum. 2001. "Women, globalization, and fragmentation in developing countries." Journal of Asian Studies 60 (3): 817-819.

Research Reports

E. Lunstrum. 2014. Final Report of the Research Project: Reorganizing Borders, Reorganizing Mobility: Transfrontier Conservation, Labour Migration, and the Transformation of the Mozambican / South African Border. Submitted to the Mozambican National Directorate for Conservation Areas; South African National Parks; Peace Parks Foundation; and GLTFCA-AHEAD Network.

Massé, F., and E. Lunstrum. 2013. Annotated bibliography on nature-society relations in and of international borders. Refugee Research Network, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University.

Lunstrum, E. 2009. Cross-border labour migration in the age of transfrontier conservation: Mozambican migrants and the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Report submitted to the Mozambican Ministry of Tourism, National Directorate for Conservation Areas (DNAC), Maputo.

Lunstrum, E. 2008. Mozambican Independence, the Civil War, and multiple displacements, Massingir District [Interview Collection]. Aluka Project: Struggles for Freedom in Southern Africa. [Introduction to the collection available at: http://www.aluka.org/action/showCompilationPage?doi=10.5555%2FAL.SFF.COMPILATION.COLLECTION-MAJOR.LUNSTR&cookieSet=1]

Lunstrum, E. 2008. Human-wildlife interaction. Report submitted to the Transfrontier Conservation Unit, Mozambican Ministry of Tourism, Maputo.

Forthcoming

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/GEOG2030 3.0  The End of the Earth as We Know It: Global Environmental Change BLEN  

Area of Specialization

Geography

Degrees

Ph.D., University of Minnesota
M.A., Michigan State University
B.A., University of Washington
B.A., University of Washington

Research Interests:

Political ecology of international borders; People-park relations; The militarization of conservation; Wildlife crime; Political ecology of conflict/post-conflict spaces; Environmental displacement; Conservation and human rights abuses; Aboriginal rights; Migration and mobility; Territorialization and land grabs; Southern Africa, North America

All Publications

Book Chapters

Lunstrum, E. 2011. An uncomfortable fit? Transfrontier parks as mega-projects. Engineering earth: the impacts of mega-engineering projects, edited by S. Brunn. New York: Springer Press, 1223-1242.

Lunstrum, E. 2011. State rationality, development, and the making of sovereign territory: from colonial extraction to postcolonial conservation in Mozambique’s Massingir District. Cultivating the colonies: colonial states and their environmental legacies, edited by C.F. Ax, C. Brimnes, N.T. Jensen & K. Oslund. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, 239-274.

Lunstrum, E. 2014. Borders, states, nations: living political geography. Transnational Borders, Transnational Lives: Academic Mobility at the Borderland, edited by R. Tremblay & S. Hardwick. Montreal: University of Quebec Press, 131-142.

Journal Articles

Lunstrum, E. Forthcoming. Green grabs, land grabs, and the spatiality of displacement: Eviction from Mozambique’s Limpopo National Park. Area [accepted June 2014].

Lunstrum, E. Forthcoming. Conservation meets militarization in Kruger National Park: Historical encounters and complex legacies. Conservation and Society.

Massé, F. and E. Lunstrum. Forthcoming. Accumulation by securitization: Commercial poaching, neoliberal conservation, and the creation of new wildlife frontiers. Geoforum.

Lunstrum, E., P. Bose, and A. Zalik. Forthcoming. Environmental displacement: The common ground of climate change, extraction, and conservation. Area. [Introduction to a special issue on Environmental Displacement]

Lunstrum, E. 2014. Green militarization: Anti-poaching efforts and the spatial contours of Kruger National Park. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 104 (4): 816-832 (available at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/00045608.2014.912545).

Bose, P. & E. Lunstrum. 2014. Introduction: Environmentally Induced Displacement and Forced Migration. Refuge 29 (2): 5-10 (available at http://pi.library.yorku.ca/ojs/index.php/refuge/article/viewFile/38163/34559).

Lunstrum, E. 2013. Articulated sovereignty: extending Mozambican state power through the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Political Geography, 36: 1-11 (avilable at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0962629813000413).

Lunstrum, E. 2010. Reconstructing history, grounding claims to space: history, memory, and displacement in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. South African Geographical Journal 92 (2): 129-143.

Lunstrum, E. 2009. “Terror, Territory, and Deterritorialization: Landscapes of Terror and the Unmaking of State Power in the Mozambican ‘Civil’ War.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 99 (5): 884-892.

Lunstrum, E. 2008. “Investing in Development: Mozambique’s 1997 Land Law and the Limpopo National Park.” The Geographical Review 98 (3): 339-355.

Conference Proceedings

Conference Papers

2015. A Political Ecology of International Borders: The Edge Spaces of Green Violence. To be presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, April. (This is part of a three-part panel on Green Violence I am organizing with Maano Ramutsindela and Bram Buscher. The paper will also be presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of Borderlands Studies, Portland, April).

2015. Remote Control: Conservation Surveillance and Technologies of Power. Panel discussion organized by Richard Schroeder and Jenny R. Isaac, Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, April.

2014. [with Francis Massé] . Accumulation by Securitization: Neoliberal Conservation and the Creation of New Wildlife Frontiers. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Tampa, April. [Paper also presented at the Conference on “Green Economy in the South - Negotiating Environmental Governance, Prosperity and Development,” University of Dodoma, Tanzania, July 2014.]

2013. [with Francis Massé] . The Greater Lebombo Conservancy: a dual green grab. Presented at the Conference on Grabbing ‘Green’: Questioning The Green Economy. University of Toronto, May.

2013. Rhino poaching in and through the GLTFCA: A Preliminary Socio-ecological Discussion. Presented at the Workshop on The Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area (GLTFCA) a Decade after Inception: Taking Stock of Current Socio-Ecological Research, Sothern African Wildlife College, July

2012. Rhino poaching and the dual militarization of South Africa’s Kruger National Park. Presented at the Conference on Critical Geography, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, November.

2012. Bringing down borders, provoking displacement in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Presented at the Workshop on Environmental Displacement in a Global Context, York University, Toronto, May.

2012. Environmental displacement. Refugee Research Network Annual Meeting, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, Toronto, May.

2011. Transfrontier conservation, border reorganization and multiple displacements along the Kruger-Limpopo Border. Presented at the Conference on Fences, walls and borders: state of insecurity?, Université du Québec à Montréal, May.

2011. Open border, closed border, secure border? Contradictions of cross-border mobility in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Presented at the Canadian Association of African Studies Annual Conference, York University, Toronto, May.

2011. Bringing down borders, provoking displacement in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Seattle, April.

2011. Long Way Down and the politics of aid: rethinking “Africa.” The York Circle Prestigious Performances Series, York University, Toronto, November.

2010. “Transnational Conservation as the Death of the State? The Consolidation of State Sovereignty through ‘Sovereignty-Threatening’ Relationships.” To be presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C., April. (This is part of a two-part panel on the politics of transfrontier conservation, which I co-organized)

2009. “Regional Integration and Transfrontier Conservation: Reorganizing the Kruger / Limpopo Border.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Ottawa, May.

2009. “Contestations of Neoliberal Development: Transfrontier Conservation, Regional Integration, and Rural Livelihoods in Mozambique's Limpopo National Park.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas, March.

2009. “In the Heart of the Beast: Teaching World Regions, Critiquing Empire.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas, March (panelist and chair).

2008. “Uncovering pasts that haunt the present: The Limpopo National Park, Migration, and Multiple Dislocations.” Presented at the Conference on In Search of Solutions: Methods, Movements and Undocumented Migrants in Africa, Forced Migration Studies Programme, University of Witwatersrand, July.

2008. “’Civil’ War and the Deterritorialization of Mozambique: State Making, State Unmaking, and Landscapes of Violence.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Boston, April.

2007. “State Making, State Unmaking, and Landscapes of Borderland Violence: Apartheid South Africa’s War of Destabilization in Rural Mozambique.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, April.

2006. “Community, Territory, and State-Making in Mozambique’s Massingir District: Reconstructing Territorial Change through Archives and Oral Histories.” Presented at the Social Science History Association, Minneapolis, November.

2006. “State Rationality, Development, and the Making of Sovereign Territory: From Colonial Extraction to Postcolonial Conservation in Mozambique’s Massingir District.” Presented at the Conference on Colonialism, Postcolonialism, and Environment, German Historical Institute, Washington, DC, May.

2006. “Investing in Development: Mozambique’s 1997 Land Law and the Limpopo National Park.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, March.

2006. “The Making and Unmaking of Mozambique’s Sovereign Territory: Linking Communal Villages, Civil War, and Transnational Conservation.” Presented at the West Lakes Division of the Association of American Geographers Conference, Iowa City, November.

2005. “Mozambican National Development Policy and the Reorganization of Territory.” Presented at the Public Affairs Office, United States Embassy, Maputo, Mozambique, March.

2003. "The Roles of Discourse in Actor Networks." Presented at the Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, New Orleans, March.

2002. "Material and Discursive Struggles Over Land and Landscape in Zimbabwe’s Nyanga National Park." Presented at the West Lakes Division of the Association of American Geographers Conference, Minneapolis, October.

2001. “The Nature of the Nation: The Natural Environment, National Belonging, and Nation Building.” Presented at the Gender in an International Context Consortium, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, March.

2001. “Constructing Difference in the Service of Colonialism: Race, Gender, and the Scientific Mapping of Bodies.” Presented at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference, Minneapolis, June.

2000. “Liberatory Education in the Feminist Classroom” (joint presentation), presented at the Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Conference, St. Paul, June.

2000. “Gender, the Environment, and Taking Place Seriously.” Presented at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference, Boston, June.

1999. “Theories of Power, Grassroots Organizing, and the Environmental Justice Movement.” Presented at the Society for Practical and Professional Ethics, Washington, D.C., February.

Book Reviews

Lunstrum, E. 2013. Book review of Campbell, C., ed. 2011. A Century of Parks Canada, 1911-2011. Calgary: University of Calgary Press. The Canadian Geographer 51 (1): e15.

Lunstrum, E. 2011. Book review of Tyner, J. 2009. War, violence, and population: making the body count. New York: Guilford Press. The Geographical Journal 177 (1): 99.

Nagar, R., M. Chu, and E. Lunstrum. 2001. "Women, globalization, and fragmentation in developing countries." Journal of Asian Studies 60 (3): 817-819.

Research Reports

E. Lunstrum. 2014. Final Report of the Research Project: Reorganizing Borders, Reorganizing Mobility: Transfrontier Conservation, Labour Migration, and the Transformation of the Mozambican / South African Border. Submitted to the Mozambican National Directorate for Conservation Areas; South African National Parks; Peace Parks Foundation; and GLTFCA-AHEAD Network.

Massé, F., and E. Lunstrum. 2013. Annotated bibliography on nature-society relations in and of international borders. Refugee Research Network, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University.

Lunstrum, E. 2009. Cross-border labour migration in the age of transfrontier conservation: Mozambican migrants and the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Report submitted to the Mozambican Ministry of Tourism, National Directorate for Conservation Areas (DNAC), Maputo.

Lunstrum, E. 2008. Mozambican Independence, the Civil War, and multiple displacements, Massingir District [Interview Collection]. Aluka Project: Struggles for Freedom in Southern Africa. [Introduction to the collection available at: http://www.aluka.org/action/showCompilationPage?doi=10.5555%2FAL.SFF.COMPILATION.COLLECTION-MAJOR.LUNSTR&cookieSet=1]

Lunstrum, E. 2008. Human-wildlife interaction. Report submitted to the Transfrontier Conservation Unit, Mozambican Ministry of Tourism, Maputo.

Forthcoming


Teaching:

Current Courses

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TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/GEOG2030 3.0  The End of the Earth as We Know It: Global Environmental Change BLEN