Media



Mark Johnson and Concordia International School Students conducting 21st Century learning

 

Hidden in the Documents


Student Madison Boll’s film on the process of translation used to tell the story of Wing Hong Hum

Download the above podcast: Immigration and Exclusion

 

Download the above podcast: History 2.0

 

In Their Own Words


This podcast introduces the efforts of the Concordia International School Shanghai community both in Shanghai and in Helena Montana.

 


This podcast explains the translation process involving a research team in Helena, Montana collaborating with a translation team in Shanghai, China.

 


This podcast includes a conversation with Dr. Robert Swartout, expert on the Chinese experience in the American West.

 


This podcast is a conversation with Dr. Cathy Gorn, Director of National History Day, about the benefits conducting original research.

 


In Their Own Words: Translating Documents from Montana’s Chinese Community

 

Chinese in America

Madison Boll’s documentary film that advanced to nationals in the 2014 National History Day competition

 

Never At Rest

 

Download the above podcast:¬†Helena’s China Row Cemetery

 

The Chinese Empire Reform Association

Student Jonathan Tai’s documentary¬†film on the Chinese Empire Reform Associations of Montana

 

Becoming Chinese in Montana: The Chinese Empire Reform Association & National Identity among Montana’s Chinese Communities

Lecture by Mark Johnson, Fellow, Institute for Educational Initiatives, University of Notre Dame