Film, Video What Went Wrong... and Why
About this Item
- What Went Wrong... and Why
- Bernard Lewis of Princeton University and Mohammed Arkoun of the Sorbonne University discuss relations between the Middle East and the Western nations.
- Event Date
- May 07, 2002
- - For many years in Europe, Mohammed Arkoun has advocated a rigorous and critical study of Islam which has resonated in the United States among scholars of philosophical and religious thought, who well appreciate the need for critical studies of religious texts. Arkoun emphasized that, in contrast to new reports, an Islamic revival is not grounded in militant movements. He explores not only theology, revelation and mysticism in Islam, but the concept of the person and the role of the law and civil society.
- - Lewis, who is well known for his studies of the relationships between Islam and the West, explicated the range of lively interchange and deep misunderstanding that has characterized these relationships over time.
- Running Time
- 1 hours 38 minutes 17 seconds
- Online Format
Rights & Access
While the Library of Congress created most of the videos in this collection, they include copyrighted materials that the Library has permission from rightsholders to present. Rights assessment is your responsibility. The written permission of the copyright owners in materials not in the public domain is required for distribution, reproduction, or other use of protected items beyond that allowed by fair use or other statutory exemptions. There may also be content that is protected under the copyright or neighboring-rights laws of other nations. Permissions may additionally be required from holders of other rights (such as publicity and/or privacy rights). Whenever possible, we provide information that we have about copyright owners and related matters in the catalog records, finding aids and other texts that accompany collections. However, the information we have may not be accurate or complete.
More about Copyright and other Restrictions
For guidance about compiling full citations consult Citing Primary Sources.
Credit Line: Library of Congress
Cite This Item
Citations are generated automatically from bibliographic data as a convenience, and may not be complete or accurate.
Chicago citation style:
What Went Wrong... and Why. 2002. Video. https://www.loc.gov/item/webcast-3406/.
APA citation style:
(2002) What Went Wrong... and Why. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/webcast-3406/.
MLA citation style:
What Went Wrong... and Why. 2002. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/webcast-3406/>.
More Films, Videos like this
Film, VideoReflections on Armenia's Place in the Region and in the World Discussion of Armenia in context of current affairs: Vardanants Day event.
- Contributor: Lewis, Bernard - Lemmon, Michael C. - Arkoun, Mohammed - Avdoyan, Levon
- Date: 2002-04-22
Film, VideoHistory of the Guide Dog Movement Jane Sheehan and Don Olson discuss the history of the guide dog movement, the trends of the movement today, and how the movement impacts both blind and sighted communities.
- Date: 2012-04-10
Film, VideoOccupy Rousseau: Inequality & Social Justice An international panel discussed Genevan philosopher, writer, and composer Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and the Library hosted a display of rarely seen Rousseau-related objects. Featured speakers included Guillaume Cheneviere, Television Suisse Romande ("Rousseau, Citizen...
- Date: 2012-03-13
Film, VideoGateway to Knowledge Travelling Exhibition A specially-designed 18-wheel truck brought treasures and information from the Library of Congress into cities and towns across America. Beginning in September 2010, the "Gateway to Knowledge" rolling exhibition visited sites in...
- Date: 2011-11-29
Film, VideoIntroducing Congress.gov The Library of Congress, in collaboration with Congress and the Government Printing Office, has launched a new public beta site, Congress.gov, providing free, fact-based legislative information. The site features platform mobility, comprehensive...
- Date: 2012-10-10