Film, Video Reflections on Armenia's Place in the Region and in the World

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Title
Reflections on Armenia's Place in the Region and in the World
Summary
Discussion of Armenia in context of current affairs: Vardanants Day event.
Event Date
April 22, 2002
Notes
-  Mohammed Arkoun, a French academician of Algerian origin, is Emeritus Professor of the History of Islamic Thought at the Sorbonne and visiting professor at universities in the United States, Europe and the Muslim world. He is associated with several European initiatives to rethink and reshape the relationship between Europe, Islam and the Mediterranean world, and is the author of numerous publications, including L?Humanisme arabe au IVe/Xe siecle," Pour une critique de la raison islamique," "Arab Thought" and "Rethinking Islam: Common Questions - Uncommon Answers." Arkoun served as a member of the Award Steering Committee from 1983 to 1992 and as a member of the 1995 Award Master Jury. He was decorated as an Officer of the French Legion of Honour in July 1996.
-  Bernard Lewis received his bachelor's degree in history and Ph.D in the history of Islam from the University of London. My B.A. degree was in History with special reference to the Near and Middle East; my Ph.D. in the History of Islam. He received his first teaching appointment in 1938, as an assistant lecturer in Islamic history at the School of Oriental and African Studies. He retired in 1986, after teaching at the University of London and Princeton.
-  Levon Avdoyan is an Armenian and Georgian Area Specialist and wrote "Armenia 2001-2003, Area Studies."
-  Michael Lemmon was U.S. Ambassador the Republic of Armenia from 1998-2001. He is dean of the School of Language Studies at the Foreign Service Institute.
Running Time
1 hours 1 minutes 17 seconds
Online Format
video
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