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CSUSB professor interviewed about Trump administration’s Middle East peace proposal
Jan. 28, 2020
David Yaghoubian, CSUSB professor of history, was interviewed for a segment about the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas rejecting “multiple approaches” by U.S. President Donald Trump to discuss a peace agreement with Israel. Abbas reportedly cited Trump’s “pro-Israel bias,” the news report said.
Trump unveiled his Middle East peace plan on Jan. 28, which would “give Israel most of what it has sought over decades of conflict while creating what he called a Palestinian state with limited sovereignty,” The New York Times reported.
Yaghoubian, in the interview about 4 minutes and 55 seconds into the segment, said the Trump plan violated several UN resolutions and an article in the Geneva Convention “all explicitly prohibit the seizure of land taken by force, and especially the implantation of civilian population into those occupied territories.”
Watch the segment at “Palestinian president rejected Trump's multiple approaches for talks.'
CSUSB professor discusses ‘toxic fathers’ with parenting website
Jan. 27, 2020
Kelly Campbell, CSUSB professor of psychology and a nationally recognized expert on relationships, was interviewed for an article on “toxic fathers.”
“In the context of parenting, the word toxic means they are hindering their child’s development and causing harm,” said Campbell, professor of psychology at California State University, San Bernardino. Often these parents experienced neglect or dysfunction while growing up, then go on to replicate these maladaptive behaviors when raising their own children, as Campbell further explains.
Read the complete article at “11 signs you have a toxic father, according to experts.”
Jack Van Zandt’s ‘A Chaos of Light and Motion’ will premiere at CSUSB on Jan. 30
The newest work by Jack Van Zandt, “A Chaos of Light and Motion” will receive its premiere performance on Jan. 30 in the University Theater at California State University, San Bernardino.
It was commissioned by soprano and California State University, San Bernardino music department chair, Stacey Fraser, who will premiere it with some of Los Angeles’s very best performers conducted by University of California Riverside orchestra and choral director Ruth Charloff.
This dramatic song cycle will be videotaped and audio recorded for subsequent release. Further performances are planned in the USA and Canada.
Read the complete article at “Jack Van Zandt’s ‘A Chaos of Light and Motion’ song cycle premiere.”
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