Mariachi Math

Mariachi Math

Top of Mind with Julie Rose - Radio Archive, Episode 219 , Segment 5

Episode: Gender Wage Gap, Helen Foster Snow, Mariachi Math, Quichua

  • Jan 27, 2016
  • 13:06 mins

Guest: Crystal A. Kalinec-Craig, PhD, Assistant Professor in Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching at the University of Texas in San Antonio  There’s recently been a trend in teaching fraction that involves music. An add-on to this idea is that using culturally relevant/familiar music might help the learning process even more—students who have a cultural context for the music might even benefit from its math connections outside of the classroom.

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From the Vaults: Helen Foster Snow

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Guest: Sheril Foster Bischoff, Trustee of the Literary Collection of her Aunt, Helen Foster Snow  News about China’s volatile economy, booming middle class and powerful government is easy to come by these days. But in the early 20th Century, news out of China was very rare. And, in the 1930s the news that the West received about China often came from an unlikely source – a dashing young American couple: Edgar Snow and his wife Helen Foster Snow. They crossed through dangerous military zones to cover student uprisings and the intense political conflicts between Nationalist and Communist forces. Oh, and she befriended Chairman Mao.  For this month’s installment of “From the Vaults,” we dive into the holdings in Special Collections at BYU’s Harold B. Lee Library, to explore the adventures and legacy of Helen Foster Snow.

Guest: Sheril Foster Bischoff, Trustee of the Literary Collection of her Aunt, Helen Foster Snow  News about China’s volatile economy, booming middle class and powerful government is easy to come by these days. But in the early 20th Century, news out of China was very rare. And, in the 1930s the news that the West received about China often came from an unlikely source – a dashing young American couple: Edgar Snow and his wife Helen Foster Snow. They crossed through dangerous military zones to cover student uprisings and the intense political conflicts between Nationalist and Communist forces. Oh, and she befriended Chairman Mao.  For this month’s installment of “From the Vaults,” we dive into the holdings in Special Collections at BYU’s Harold B. Lee Library, to explore the adventures and legacy of Helen Foster Snow.