J. B. "Jack" Owens
This page an index of the materials available on this web site. It is maintained by J. B. Owens, Professor of History and Distinguished
Researcher (2002), Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho 83209, USA.
"I believe in the future because I myself participate in its construction." -- Jules Michelet
For all relevant materials: Copyright © 1994-2008 by J. B. Owens. In keeping with
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I have recently deleted a number of the sections on this page because I have been away from
campus or otherwise so busy over the past four years that I have not had sufficient time to
undertake necessary revisions. I have left in place the links to the materials for courses that I am
likely to teach in the fall semester 2008 or the fall semester 2009.
By selecting the highlighted titles below, you can examine the materials for J. B. Owens'
courses, information about him, and other resources.
Fall 2008, Tuesdays, 6:00 to 8:30 p.m., in the GIS Center, Graveley Hall, room 19.
Prerequisites: Admission to the M.A. program in Historical Resources Management, or a
preliminary course in geographic information systems (GIS) and permission of the
Here you will find the basic materials for the spring 2007 version of J. B. Owens'
lower-division undergraduate course Latin America, which can be taken to satisfy Goal 10A of
the General Education Requirements of Idaho State University and the World Regions
requirement of all History majors and minors.
Historical development of Europe since ancient times as a world region and its
expanding important in the first global age, to 1700. Here you will find the pages for the summer
2007 version of this course. The course can be taken to satisfy Goal 10A of the General
Education Requirements of Idaho State University and the World Regions requirement of all
History majors and minors.
Glenn E. Tyler Collection
The new director of the Glenn E. Tyler Collection (History and Philosophy of
Medicine and Science) of the Eli M. Oboler Library, is Dr.
Sarah E. Hinman, assistant professor of history. I founded this collection in 1981 and oversaw its
development from that time until the fall of 2007.
Please send questions, comments, requests, and recommendations to J. B. Owens (owenjack-- at --isu.edu). Please be sure to
include your name and e-mail address in the body of your message. Thank you for any assistance
you are able to offer.
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Revised: 27 August 2008