WAMC-FM: Academic Minutes with Lawrence Douglas, Deborah Gewertz and Ilan Stavans

The Albany-area National Public Radio affiliate featured Lawrence Douglas, James J. Grosfeld Professor of Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought and chair of Law, Jurisprudence, and Social Thought; Deborah Gewertz, G. Henry Whitcomb Professor of Anthropology and chair of the Department of Anthropology-Sociology and Ilan Stavans, Latin American and Latino Culture professor, in three segments about their research.

The Last Nazi War-Crimes Trial

Lawrence Douglas on the trial of John Demjanjuk

While in Munich covering the war crimes trial of accused Nazi guard John Demjanjuk for Vanity Fair magazine, LJST professor spoke about it to the Springfield Republican and United Press Internationa

The Last Nazi War Crimes Trial

November 19, 2009

AMHERST, Mass. — On assignment for Harper’s Magazine, an Amherst College professor with expertise in international war crimes is planning to travel to Munich, Germany in late November for what could be the last major World War II trial involving alleged Nazi perpetrators.

Who Knows: LJST Professor Lawrence Douglas on the International Criminal Court

With a new U.S. president moving into the White House in January, many around the world are hoping for increased American involvement in the International Criminal Court (ICC). The independent, permanent court, formed in 2002, tries people accused of the most serious crimes of international concern. Amherst’s Lawrence Douglas, James J. Grosfeld Professor of Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought and an expert on international courts and war crimes trials, spoke with Director of Media Relations Caroline Hanna about the organization and what he sees in its future.

New York Times: When Judges Make Foreign Policy

Lawrence Douglas, James J. Grosfeld Professor of Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought, penned this letter to the editor about an article discussing war criminals and torture of detainees that appeared in the New York Times.

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