Kitzmiller

Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial

Reports of the National Center for Science Education
Title: 
Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial
Author(s): 
Glenn Branch
Year: 
2007
Date: 
September–December

Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial, a special two-hour documentary about the Kitzmiller v Dover case, in which teaching "intelligent design" in the public schools was ruled to be unconstitutional, aired nationwide on PBS at 8:00 PM on November 13, 2007. "Judgment Day captures on film a landmark court case with a powerful scientific message at its core," explained Paula Apsell, NOVA's Senior Executive Producer, in a publicity statement.

Review: The Devil in Dover

Reports of the National Center for Science Education
Year: 
2009
Date: 
July-August
Reviewer: 
Burt Humburg
Work under Review
Title: 
The Devil in Dover: An Insider's Story of Dogma v Darwin in Small-Town America
Author(s): 
Lauri Lebo

The pages of RNCSE are replete with stories of municipalities flirting with anti-evolution policies. The stories that make their way into press or blogs are often limited to the essentials; detailed and researched accounts are rare. Even the court record from the recent Kitzmiller v Dover Area School Board trial provides only a limited version of what the reader instinctively knows is a bigger story.

The "Pandas" Drafts

An excerpt from Nicholas Matzke's article Design on Trial: How NCSE Helped Win the Kitzmiller Case. Reports of the National Center for Science Education 26(1-2), 37-44.

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Kitzmiller v. Dover: Intelligent Design on Trial

en español

In the legal case Kitzmiller v. Dover, tried in 2005 in a Harrisburg, PA, Federal District Court, "intelligent design" was found to be a form of creationism, and therefore, unconstitutional to teach in American public schools.

Selected Legal Documents

Some of the most important legal filings in the Kitzmiller case are appended here.
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