Constitution Day, September 17 2010

Calendar of Events


Panel: Should violent video games be protected by the first Amendment?
When: Friday Sept. 17, 12 pm – 2 pm
Where: Whitewater Room, Idaho Commons
Free and open to the public


Write on the Wall
Where: West entrance to the TLC (Teaching and Learning Center) between the Library and the Commons
When: Sept. 10th – 20th, 2010
What: Have your say; post your comments. 

     1) Should violent video games be protected by the First Amendment?
     2) Should illegal immigrants be allowed to become citizens?


Play – A Peculiar Evil: Silencing Expression in America
When: Friday, Sept. 17th, 4 pm
Where: Kiva Theater, College of Education building, 921 Campus Drive
Free and open to the public

Constitution Day
ATT: Dinah Zeiger
JAMM - University of Idaho
P.O. Box 443178
Moscow, ID 83844-3178

FAX: (208) 885-6450
E-MAIL: dzeiger@uidaho.edu



Contact & Locations

Moscow

College of
Letters, Arts & Social Sciences

Physical Address:
Admin. Bldg. 112
phone: (208) 885-6426
fax: (208) 885-8964
class@uidaho.edu

Mailing Address:
College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences 
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3154
Moscow, ID 83844-3154


Coeur d'Alene

University of Idaho C'DA‎
1031 N Academic Way
Coeur d'Alene, ID
83814-5497 
(208) 667-2588


College of
Letters, Arts & Social Sciences
University of Idaho
Admin. Bldg. 112
P.O. Box 443154
Moscow, ID 83844-3154
phone: (208) 885-6426
fax: (208) 885-8964

class@uidaho.edu

University of Idaho

"A Peculiar Evil: A History of
Silencing Expression in America"
A readers theatre play by Dinah Zeiger, with Travis Wilson

An original script dramatizing five key moments in American history that tested the limits of government interference in citizens’ freedom of expression.
Read the script

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"A Peculiar Evil: A History of
Silencing Expression in America"
A readers theatre play by Dinah Zeiger, with Travis Wilson

An original script dramatizing five key moments in American history that tested the limits of government interference in citizens’ freedom of expression.
Read the script

Constitution Resources across the Internet

Want to delve into the Constitution even further? There are a multitude of resources across the internet ready for discovery. More

“A Peculiar Evil: A History of Silencing Expression in America” is supported in part by a grant from the Idaho Humanities Council, a state-based program of the National Endowment for the Humanities. More

This project was made possible by the generous support of the:

  • University of Idaho, College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences Key Funds
  • University of Idaho, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
  • University of Idaho, School of Journalism & Mass Media

Constitution Day Resources

A rich history is ready to be discovered. Get started by learning about the Constitution with these helpful resources. More

A Peculiar Evil: Score

The score that accompanies the play. Listen to the music and follow along with the score. More