Contact & Locations


College of
Letters, Arts & Social Sciences

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

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

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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

Summer Classes

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Registration Opens March 31, 2014
See Complete Class Schedule

On-Line Courses

Foundations of Screenwriting   THE 441 & 541www  (3 CR)
Instructor Benjamin James
May 19 - June 27

Introduction to the Theatre   THE 101www  (3CR)
Professor Dean Panttaja     May 19 - Aug 8
Independent on-line summer learning. Come explore the creative process, history and people who make theatre. A university core elective in the humanities.

History of Science from Plato to Nato      HIST 404-03www
Professor Soma Banerjee     June 16, 2014 - July 11, 2014 (4 weeks)
Examines the emergence of modern science from antiquity (the Greeks) till 1945 by studying the developments in mathematics, cosmology, astronomy, physics, chemistry, engineering and the myriad ways in which these branches of knowledge have been constructed by social, political, cultural, religious and economic changes.

History and Film: The Americas since the 1950s     HIST 414-01www
Professor Dale Graden     May 19, 2014— June 27, 2014 (6 weeks)
Examines historical perspectives on five countries since the middle of the twentieth century: Chile, Mexico, Cuba, Brazil and the United States. Emphasis is placed on the impact of the Cold War on popular culture. We will view fifteen interesting films and read some interesting essays. The syllabus is available at

History of Civilization     HIST 102-01www
Professor Ellen Kittell     May 19, 2014 - June 13, 2014 (4 weeks)
General survey course of world civilizations since 1492. Students will explore how globalization and modernization evolved human consciousness and actions through religion, science, war, technology, food, medicine and transportation within the last 500 years.

Intro. to US History     HIST 112-01www
Professor Pingchao Zhu     July 14, 2014 - August 8, 2014 (4 weeks)
General survey course of the US history from the end of the 19th century to the contemporary period.  Major historical developments and debates will be discussed. 

Classroom Courses

History of Terrorism     HIST 404-01
Professor Richard Spence     May 19, 2014 - June 13, 2014 (4 weeks)
The course explores the theory and practice of "terrorism"- and "counter-terrorism"-- from Ancient times to the present with the emphasis on the 19th-21st centuries.

Foundations of Screenwriting   THE 441 & 541   (3 CR)
Instructor Benjamin James
May 19 - June 27     MTWR 9:30 am - 11:20 am