This is an introductory presentation in Compassionate Communication, also known as Nonviolent Communication, developed by mediator and clinical psychologist, Marshall B. Rosenberg, PhD. Learn to speak up when it's scary, break the cycle of destructive self-talk, get along with others in more satisfying ways, let go of judgments about ourselves and others, and resolve conflicts that do occur peacefully--and happily.
And, you will learn one way to start using it now.
Dr. Vaughn Shannon will discuss the causes, conduct and consequences of World War I - how the war reshaped the Middle East to what it looks like today, both in terms of geography and, more importantly, in terms of lingering conflicts in the region. He will examine how the "war to end all wars," according to historian David Fromkin, created "A Peace to End All Peace."
Dr. Vaughn Shannon is Associate Professor of Political Science at Wright State University. He received his PhD at Ohio State University. His research and teaching focus is on Middle East politics, international security, and political psychology. He has published on the Arab-Israeli Conflict as well as US relations with Iran and Iraq.
Program is free.
David Fromkin's book, "A Peace to End All Peace" is available at the Franklin-Springboro Library.
Local artist Ann Bain will teach what she describes as "a down & dirty intensive intro to calligraphy."
Springboro Library Branch
125 Park Lane, Springboro
Saturday, February 22, 2014
1:00pm - 3:00pm
This program is free and open to patrons ages 16 and above. All writing materials will be provided.
Ann has concentrated on calligraphy since 1980. She has a home art studio and sells out of several local shops and art galleries.
Please call the Springboro Branch at 748-3200 to make your reservation.
"As long as I have breath in my body, handwriting will not die." - Ann Bain