Barrett’s Recent Online Lectures & Conversations

During this unusual summer, Professor John Q. Barrett delivered a number of online lectures and participated in a number of online conversations, all posted on YouTube—

• On May 26, he, Benjamin Wittes of the Brookings Institution, and Professor Kate Klonick discussed former U.S. Attorney General and former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson (1892-1954), on an episode of Ben’s and Kate’s web show “In Lieu of Fun”:

• On June 11, he discussed “Justice Jackson’s June 1945 Report to President Truman” with Robert H. Jackson Center president Kristan McMahon:

• On June 15, he gave a lecture, “Understanding the Nuremberg Trials,” at a Museum of Jewish Heritage teacher training program:

• On July 6, he introduced and interviewed Ruth Marcus of The Washington Post, Chautauqua Institution’s 16th annual Robert H. Jackson Lecturer on the Supreme Court of the United States:

For additional information on this and previous Jackson Lectures at Chautauqua Institution, click this Jackson List post.

• On July 27, he gave a lecture, “Summing Up at Nuremberg 74 Years Ago This Week: Justice Robert H. Jackson’s Closing Statement at the Nazi War Crimes Trial,” hosted by the Holocaust Memorial & Toleration Center of Nassau County, NY:

• On August 8, he lectured (starting at time counter reading 10:10) about Justice Jackson, in an international program, “The Age of Robert H. Jackson: London, Nuremberg, Today,” commemorating the 75th anniversary of the signing of the historic August 8, 1945, London Agreement.  Click here for the full program:

For additional information on this program and a roster of participants, click this Jackson List post.

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