Seventy-five years ago, the world was captivated by the conclusion of the Nuremberg Trial. Join the Robert H. Jackson Center, Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum, and the Truman Library Institute to commemorate this anniversary, how it shaped the legacies of Justice Jackson and President Truman, and why we need to be talking about the Trial and its impact today.
On December 8, 2021 at 2pm ET, join the Jackson Center for a webinar conversation with Jonathan Myerson, Oscar-nominated author and writer, as we talk about the research and work that went into his latest project, Nuremberg, a 16-part podcast for BBC Sounds. Nuremberg is a fictionalized drama that tells the story from the lesser-heard […]
Join us online as Staffan I. Lindberg, founding Principal Investigator and Director of V-Dem, Varieties of Democracy Institute joins The Robert H. Jackson Center's President Kristan McMahon to talk about the study of democracy and democratization. Staffan I. Lindberg is Professor of political science and Director of the V-Dem Institute at the University of Gothenburg, […]
The Robert H. Jackson Center is pleased to welcome the remarkable talent of Living Voices (part of TheatreWorks USA) on Monday, January 31, 2022 to perform "Hear My Voice" in our Cappa Theatre. This live, interactive performance will take the audience on an immersive journey through the incredible story of how women secured the right […]
The Robert H. Jackson Center is pleased to welcome the remarkable talent of Living Voices (part of TheatreWorks USA) on Monday, January 31, 2022 at 7pm to perform "Through the Eyes of a Friend" in our Cappa Theatre. This live, interactive performance will offer the audience a view into the world of Anne Frank from […]
The Robert H. Jackson Center invites the public to its annual Jackson Day in Warren event in honor of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson's birth on February 13, 1892 in Spring Creek, PA.The keynote speaker for our 2022 Warren Day will be Matthew Steilen, Professor of Law at the University at Buffalo School […]
Join us online as Robert H. Jackson Center President Kristan McMahon is joined by Marquette University Law School Professor Atiba Ellis. His research focuses on voting rights law with specific attention to how varying conceptions of the right to vote exclude voters on the margins. He has written about the economic entry barriers posed by […]
The Robert H. Jackson Center is pleased to welcome the remarkable talent of Living Voices (part of TheatreWorks USA) on Tuesday, March 8th at 7pm and Wednesday, March 9th at 10am and 1pm to perform "The Right to Dream" in our Cappa Theatre. Discover the struggle and sacrifice for Black civil rights, through the efforts of […]