15th to the 20th Centuries Famous and Infamous Trials

Molloy College Institute for Interfaith Dialogue presents Famous and Infamous Trials, 15th - 20th Centuries - Historical, Religious, Contemporary Perspectives

Date: October 16, 2011
Time: 2:00 p.m - 5:00 p.m.
Location: Hays Theatre, Wilbur Arts Center, Molloy College
Contact: Marion Lowenthal, 516.678.5000 ext. 6880 or mlowenthal@molloy.edu

View a film (podcast) of a panel discussion by distinguished scholars as they reconstruct some of the most fascinating cases ever brought to trial. Trials that sought to condemn men for their integrity, vision, inspiration, and intellect. Trials are listed below and will be shown and discussed in this order:

Trials Being Discussed

Joan of Arc (1431)
John Scopes (1925)
Martin Luther (1521)
Lindbergh and Hauptmann (1935)
Sir Thomas More (1535)
Scottsboro Boys (1931-1937)
Inquisition: Politics or Religion (15th & 16th Centuries)
Nuremberg (1945-1949)
Salem Witchcraft (1692)
Mahatma Gandhi (1942)
Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette (1793)
Adolf Eichmann (1961)
Susan B. Anthony (1878)
Nelson Mandela (1962)
Leo Frank (1913)

There is no charge for this event.

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