GEOG4/5/71195 Water, Power, and Place: From Ancient Rome to Modern Day | Office of Global Education | Kent State University

GEOG4/5/71195 Water, Power, and Place: From Ancient Rome to Modern Day

Course Name: GEOG4/5/71195 Water, Power, and Place: From Ancient Rome to Modern Day

Description: Water has played a central role in the evolution of human societies. As such, access to and control over water has historically featured prominently in conflict. Drawing on myriad case studies, from ancient Rome to Cambodia, in this course we examine both the historical importance of water to human society and the place of water in human conflict.

Credit Hours: 3

Prerequisites: None