The opening session and four plenary sessions of the Nineteenth Annual International Law and Religion Symposium, as well as regional sessions held in Room 303 JRCB (see Symposium 2012: Program), will be streamed live in four languages (English, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish) over the Internet. These sessions will be held at the following times (all times are Mountain Daylight Time, which is GMT-6):
Opening Session, Sunday, October 7, 7:00 p.m. (19h00)
Keynote addresses by Silvio Ferrari, Katrina Lantos Swett, and Suzan Johnson Cook
First Plenary Session, Monday, October 8, 8:30 a.m. (08h30)
The Role of Religion in Democratic Transformations
Jeffrey Haynes, Sophie van Bijsterveld, Michelo Hansungule, Scott Hibbard
Second Plenary Session, Monday, October 8, 2:00 p.m. (14h00)
Religious Organizations, Civil Society, and Pluralism
Allen D. Hertzke, Rik Torfs, Ram Cnaan
Third Plenary Session, Tuesday, October 9, 8:30 a.m. (08h30)
Religion in Public and Private
Hanna Kildani, Jinwol Lee, José Dario Salazar-Cruz
Fourth Plenary (Closing) Session, Tuesday, October 9, 3:15 p.m. (15h15)
Conference Summary and Concluding Reflections on Conference Themes
W. Cole Durham, Jr.
To access a live stream, click the appropriate link in the table below. Clicking either the name of the desired language or its associated address (URL) should open a new browser window containing Windows Media Player. If this window appears, you are ready to view when the stream becomes available. If you lack a media player, you may download one free of charge, here. Please note that Mac (QuickTime) users will need the Windows Media Player Components for Quick Time.
Questions? Please contact us at symposium@ icrls.org.
For difficulties during the live-streamed sessions, you may phone Denny Elder at 801-440-7742.
Please click a language name or associated link, or copy the link URL and paste it into your browser address bar. If you opt to type the URL, please take care to copy it EXACTLY as it appears.