Great Courses: The Great Trials of World History And the Lessons They Teach Us
Thursday, June 3rd at 11:00 am. No understanding of the past is complete without an understanding of the legal battles that have shaped it. In The Great Trials of World History and the Lessons They Teach Us, Professor Douglas O. Linder takes you back in time to revisit history’s most famous (and infamous) trials, including the Salem Witch Trials, the Scopes “Monkey” Trial, the Nuremburg Trials, and the Trial of O. J. Simpson.
June 3: The Trial of the Chicago Eight (Episode 22) The McMartin Preschool Abuse Trial (Episode 23) The O.J. Simpson Trial (Episode24)
For more information about the episode in the series Prof. Linder includes additional resources and also trials not in the series. Famous Trials
This episode is available for viewing using the library’s streaming service Kanopy.
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