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Live Stream Events

Westminster is pleased to offer live-streaming capability for the 2010 Green Lecture and the Symposium's four Plenary Sessions.  We encourage the greater Westminster community to log on and listen live to these incredible presentations during this year's Global Conflicts Symposium.

Go to www.westminster-mo.edu/go/live on the days and times listed below to enjoy live-streamed presentations from our guest lecturers. 
     
  
Schedule of Live-Streamed Lectures
  
Plenary Session I - Tuesday, September 21
Live streaming for this lecture begins at 9:00am.
Brigadier General MacFarland
"War:  An Inevitable Evil"
   
  
Plenary Session II - Tuesday, September 21
Live streaming for this lecture begins at 1:00pm.
Sean Gourley
"14 Key Features that Define a Successful Insurgency"
  
 
Plenary Session III - Tuesday, September 21
Live streaming for this lecture begins at 3:30pm.
Antoine Rutayisire
"The Rwanda 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsis:  A Study on Conflict Genesis and Resolution"

   
  
Plenary Session IV - Wednesday, September 22
Live streaming for this lecture begins at 9:30am.
Carolyn Forche
"Literature of Witness to War and Conflict"
   
  
The John Findley Green Lecture - Wednesday, September 22
Live streaming for this lecture begins at 2:00pm.
Former U.S. Secretary of State The Honorable James A. Baker, III
"The Case for Pragmatic Idealism"
  
 
These lectures will also be recorded and posted to our website the week following the Symposium.  If you can't watch the live-streaming, be sure to check back here to watch the recorded lectures.  
   
     
Click here to learn more about these Symposium speakers