Claremont McKenna College

 

Date

Speaker

Title

Series

FN Issue

Video

Length

03/06/2006

Terree Bowers

"Realizing a Legacy: The International Criminal Court, War Crimes, and International Law 60 Years after Nuremberg"

Atrocities on Trial: Nuremberg in Historical Context;
Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Speaker;
The Constitution and Human Rights;

Vol 21#7
Article 5

min

 

03/07/2006

Claremont Colleges Debate Union

"Claremont Colleges Debate Union: Intertwined Destinies; The U.S. and the International Criminal Court"

Atrocities on Trial: Nuremberg in Historical Context;
Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Speaker;
Claremont Colleges Debate Union;

Vol 21#7
Article 7

none

min

 

02/22/2006

Patricia Heberer

"After Nuremberg: Legal, Political, and Ethical Implications"

Atrocities on Trial: Nuremberg in Historical Context;
Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Speaker;
The Constitution and Human Rights;

Vol 21#6
Article 14

Video

min

 

02/21/2006

Michael Marrus

"Nuremberg, Sixty Years After: Rhetoric and Meaning"

Atrocities on Trial: Nuremberg in Historical Context;
Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Speaker;

Vol 21#6
Article 13

Video

min

 

02/22/2006

Michael Marrus

"After Nuremberg: Legal, Political, and Ethical Implications"

Atrocities on Trial: Nuremberg in Historical Context;
Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Speaker;

Vol 21#6
Article 14

Video

min

 

02/22/2006

Juergen Matthaeus

"After Nuremberg: Legal, Political, and Ethical Implications"

Atrocities on Trial: Nuremberg in Historical Context;
Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Speaker;

Vol 21#6
Article 14

Video

min

 

02/22/2006

Jonathan Petropoulos

"After Nuremberg: Legal, Political, and Ethical Implications"

Faculty Ideas in Progress;
Atrocities on Trial: Nuremberg in Historical Context;
Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Speaker;
CMC Faculty at the Athenaeum;

Vol 21#6
Article 14

Video

min

 

02/22/2006

John Roth

"After Nuremberg: Legal, Political, and Ethical Implications"

Faculty Ideas in Progress;
Atrocities on Trial: Nuremberg in Historical Context;
Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Speaker;
CMC Faculty at the Athenaeum;

Vol 21#6
Article 14

Video

min

 

03/06/2006

David Scheffer

"Realizing a Legacy: The International Criminal Court, War Crimes, and International Law 60 Years after Nuremberg"

Atrocities on Trial: Nuremberg in Historical Context;
Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Speaker;
The Constitution and Human Rights;

Vol 21#7
Article 5

Video

min

 

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