Eric Lane Martin, Ph.D.
Professor of History

Lewis-Clark State College
Division of Social Science
500 8th Avenue
Lewiston, Idaho 83501-2698
Spalding Hall 310 A

elmartin@lcsc.edu
(208) 792-2281

Office Hours:
T/Th 10:30-11:45, W 1:30 - 2:15, and by appointment

 

Professional Information
Curriculum Vitae Brief Biographical Sketch (More personal than professional)

Course Schedule
Spring 2014
Fall 2014

HIST 102-7001: World History since1500

HIST 101: World History to 1500

HIST 102-60/61 World History since 1500 Online

HIST 101 -60/61: World History to 1500 Online

HIST 200: Historical Research and Writing

PHIL 200 /POLS 200: Social/Political Philosophy

HIST 333 Africa and the World
Tentative: HIST 392: The Medieval World

 

 

Spring 2015

Fall 2015

HIST 102-7001: World History since1500

HIST 101: World History to 1500

HIST 102-60/61 World History since 1500 Online

HIST 101 -60/61: World History to 1500 Online

HIST 200: Historical Research and Writing

PHIL 200 /POLS 200: Social/Political Philosophy

Tentative: HIST 392: The Ancient World

TBA

 

 

Tentative future 300/400 course schedule: TBA

Online Resources
World History: An annotated set of links to historical resources organized chronologically. Analysis and Opinion: An annotated set of links to resources for understanding contemporary issues. Newspapers from around the world. Todays Top Stories from World Press Review
  • Careers for History Majors: A short "idea" list from the AHA for students looking for a Major and interested in History, but unclear as to what type of oppurtunites exist for employeement beyond teaching.

  • Why Study History?: An essay by Peter Stearns that addresses career options and much more.

  • Those interested in being a better student of history should consider subscribing to the email list H-HistMajor. H-HistMajor provides a space for history undergraduates from around the world to talk about ... history, research methods, study habits, good books, grad. school etc...

  • Phi Alpha Theta (The History Honor Society) and the World History Association offer a prize for the best undergraduate world history essay written in any particular academic year. Entering this essay contest may help those wishing to go into graduate school.

Degree Requirements

BA/BS in Social Science w/ an Emphasis in History. [The equivalent of a History Major]

BA/BS in Social Science w/ an Emphasis in History and Secondary Ed Certification

Some Projects I am Invovled With
Co-Editor of H-World KRFP 92.5 FM, Moscow Idaho

Courses I have taught

HIST 101: World History to1500

HIST 333: Africa and the World (In One Semester)
HIST 101-60: World History to1500 Online HIST 333: Africa and the World to 1885
HIST 102: World History since 1500 HIST 392: Africa and the World since 1885
HIST 102-60 World History Since 1500 Online HIST 336: Imperialism and the Modern World
Cultural Contact in World History HIST 336: Anti-Imperialism and the Modern World
The Making of the Contemporary World HIST 444: The Past in the Present: History Behind the News
SS 100: Global Issues: Introduction to Globalization HIST 492: Special Topics: Science and Technolgy in World History
SS 150: Intro to the Social Sciences HIST 492: Special Topics: Globalization and the Inland Northwest
PHIL/POLS 200: Political/Social Philosophy HIST 492: Special Topics: Sept 11th Contexts and Consequences

HIST 200: Historical Research and Writing

SS 499: Senior Research in the Social Sciences