Katherine Snyder
Director, Master's in Development Practice Program
Associate Professor, School of Geography and Development

I am an anthropologist and have spent the last decade living and working in a number of African countries carrying out research on climate change and adaptation, fisheries management and governance, wildlife and community based management and tourism, watershed governance, and sustainable land management. My focus in these projects has ranged from understanding collective action, gender, institutional analysis and how cultural history affects perception of change.

Research Themes: 
Agrarian societies
Agriculture
Anthropology
Desertification
Food policy
Geography
International development
Conservation policy
Natural resource management
Political ecology
Water resource management
Water rights
Ecosystem services
Indigenous knowledge
Land use change
Water
Watershed management

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