Associate Professor of Geography and Environmental Studies
Phone: 603 646-0451
Hinman Box: HB 6017
- B.S. University of Wisconsin; M.S. University of Michigan; Ph.D. University of Minnesota
Areas of Expertise
- Human-environment relations (political ecology, environmental politics, sustainable development); water conflicts: transnational river basins; environmental policy; environmental history; politics of scale
- Sneddon, C, The Sinew of Development: Cold War geopolitics, technological expertise and river alteration in Southeast Asia, 1954-1975, Social Studies of Science 42:4 (2012) 564-590.
- Sneddon, C and C Fox, Inland capture fisheries and large river systems: A political economy of Mekong fisheries, Journal of Agrarian Change 12:2/3 (2012) 279-299
- Sneddon, C and C Fox, The Cold War, the US Bureau of Reclamation and the technopolitics of river basin development, 1950-1970, Political Geography , 30:8 (2011) 450-460
- Sneddon, C and C Fox, “Struggles Over Dams as Struggles for Justice: The World Commission on Dams (WCD) and Anti-Dam Campaigns in Thailand and Mozambique,” Society and Natural Resources , 21:7 (2008) 625-640.
- Sneddon, C and C Fox, “Power, Development, and Institutional Change: Participatory Governance in the Lower Mekong Basin,” World Development , 35:12 (2007) 2161-2181.
- Sneddon, C, “Nature’s Materiality and the Circuitous Paths of Accumulation: Dispossession of Freshwater Fisheries in Cambodia,” Antipode , 39:1 (2007) 167-193.
- Sneddon, C and C Fox, “Rethinking Transboundary Waters: A Critical Hydropolitics of the Mekong Basin,” Political Geography , 25 (2006) 181-202.
- Sneddon, C, R B Howarth, and R B Norgaard, “Sustainable Development in a Post-Brundtland World,” Ecological Economics , 57:2 (May 2006) 253-268.
- “The Globalization of Large Dams: The United States, the Third World, and the Geopolitics of Development in Asia and Africa;” Science, Technology & Society/Geography and Regional Science Programs, National Science Foundation; The Social Dimensions of Dam Removal, Rockefeller Center, Dartmouth College