In Other Words http://mtpr.org en In Other Birds, Bees, And Butterflies http://mtpr.org/post/other-birds-bees-and-butterflies <p><a href="http://mtaudubon.org/about/staff.html" target="_blank">Amy Cilimburg</a> talks with naturalist and Lolo National Forest Wildlife Interpreter Sue Reel about native bees, the plants they need, why we need pollinators, and the colorful guides Sue developed.</p><p>Amy also speaks with Amy Seaman – Amy's colleague at <a href="http://mtaudubon.org/" target="_blank">Montana Audubon</a> – about cool birds.</p> Fri, 22 Aug 2014 11:00:00 +0000 Beth Anne Austein 23715 at http://mtpr.org In Other Birds, Bees, And Butterflies Donna McCrea, Historian and Archivist http://mtpr.org/post/donna-mccrea-historian-and-archivist <p></p><p>If you've ever wondered what an archivist does, you'll want to listen to Ann Szalda-Petree's conversation with <a href="http://weblib.lib.umt.edu/faculty/mccrea/" target="_blank">Donna McCrea</a>. And if the word "archivist" sounds like a synonym of "boring," think again - McCrea's job brings surprising discoveries. She's the head of the University of Montana-Missoula's Mansfield Library Archives and Special Collections, a History Librarian, and Associate Professor at the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library.&nbsp; Produced by Ann Szalda-Petree.</p> Thu, 21 Aug 2014 23:50:39 +0000 Beth Anne Austein 23711 at http://mtpr.org Donna McCrea, Historian and Archivist Women in Science: Shaila Kotadia http://mtpr.org/post/women-science-shaila-kotadia <p>In the first of several programs about women in science, producer Ann Szalda-Petree talks with molecular biologist <a href="http://www.linkedin.com/pub/shaila-kotadia/59/739/b94" target="_blank">Shaila Kotadia</a>, Education &amp; Outreach Manager at <a href="http://www.synberc.org/about" target="_blank">Synberc, UC-Berkeley</a>, about everything from synthetic biology and challenges faced by women scientists to the trade-offs involved in the pursuit of a tenure-track academic science career, and more.</p> Thu, 07 Aug 2014 11:00:00 +0000 Beth Anne Austein 22968 at http://mtpr.org Women in Science: Shaila Kotadia Women Farmers http://mtpr.org/post/women-farmers <p>Producer Lacy Roberts brings us an hour of conversation with and about female farmers. First, we learn why photographer <a href="https://www.facebook.com/FemmeFarmToTable" target="_blank">Audra Mulkern</a> started the <a href="http://audramulkern.com/the-female-farmer-project/" target="_blank">Female Farmer Project</a> and what it reveals about female back-to-the-land farmers. Wed, 23 Jul 2014 11:00:00 +0000 Beth Anne Austein 22288 at http://mtpr.org Women Farmers Health, Mental Health, Psychology And Global Warming: A Conversation http://mtpr.org/post/health-mental-health-psychology-and-global-warming-conversation <p>Producer Amy Cilimburg talks with three Missoula-area professionals: nurse Beth Schenk, and psychotherapists Jen Robohm and Kevin Dohr. These experts share research and their professional and personal experiences around climate change and human health. In this time of rapid change, they offer reasons for hope.</p><p>(Broadcast: <a href="http://inotherwordsradio.com/" target="_blank"><em>In Other Words</em></a>, July 15th, 2014)</p><p></p> Sun, 20 Jul 2014 01:07:18 +0000 Beth Anne Austein 22132 at http://mtpr.org Health, Mental Health, Psychology And Global Warming: A Conversation Behind The Scenes At The Red Ants Pants Music Festival http://mtpr.org/post/behind-scenes-red-ants-pants-music-festival <p></p><p>7/8/14: This week on <em><a href="http://inotherwordsradio.com/" target="_blank">In Other Words</a></em>: Beth Judy talks with Allie Olson and Kate Healy, the behind-the-scenes engines keeping the annual <a href="http://redantspantsmusicfestival.com/" target="_blank">Red Ants Pants Music Festival</a> rolling. The festival raises money for the <a href="http://www.redantspantsfoundation.org/" target="_blank">Red Ants Pants Foundation</a>, a non-profit supporting women’s leadership, working family farms and ranches, and rural communities.</p><p></p> Wed, 09 Jul 2014 11:00:00 +0000 Beth Anne Austein 21659 at http://mtpr.org Behind The Scenes At The Red Ants Pants Music Festival Women Creating Theatre: The 2014 Missoula Colony http://mtpr.org/post/women-creating-theatre-2014-missoula-colony <p>7/1/14: This week on "<a href="http://inotherwordsradio.com/" target="_blank">In Other Words</a>:" producer Ann Szalda-Petree welcomes Salina Chatlain, producer of the <a href="http://www.montanarep.org/colony.html" target="_blank">2014 Missoula Colony</a>, and Missoula playwright <a href="http://www.katermorris.com/bio/" target="_blank">Kate Morris</a>. Included is a reading from Kate's play, "Church."</p> Wed, 02 Jul 2014 17:41:24 +0000 Beth Anne Austein 21136 at http://mtpr.org Women Creating Theatre: The 2014 Missoula Colony Cover Songs By Women http://mtpr.org/post/cover-songs-women <p>6/24/14: This week on "<a href="http://inotherwordsradio.com/" target="_blank">In Other Words</a>:" It's a live music show. Host Ann Szalda-Petree and singer <a href="http://www.allmusic.com/artist/eden-atwood-mn0000177681" target="_blank">Eden Atwood</a> play an hour of cover songs performed by women. Tuesday evening, 10:30-11:30pm.</p> Tue, 24 Jun 2014 00:03:21 +0000 Beth Anne Austein 20942 at http://mtpr.org Cover Songs By Women Susan Harness http://mtpr.org/post/susan-harness <p>6/17/14: This week on "<a href="http://inotherwordsradio.com/" target="_blank">In Other Words</a>:"</p><p>Producer Ann Szalda-Petree talks with cultural anthropologist <a href="http://www.susandevanharness.com/" target="_blank">Susan Harness</a> (Colorado State University) about the historical and spiritual trauma of transracial adoption–mainly, adoption of American Indian children by whites. Harness herself was adopted off the Flathead Reservation and draws from her own experience to help others understand what it’s like to be a transracial adoptee.</p><p></p> Tue, 17 Jun 2014 11:00:00 +0000 Beth Anne Austein 20058 at http://mtpr.org Susan Harness Clip of the Week: Pramila Jayapal on immigrating to the U.S. at sixteen http://mtpr.org/post/clip-week-pramila-jayapal-immigrating-us-sixteen <p>Pramila Jayapal is a fellow at the University of Washington law school and the Center for Community Change, and a Washington state senate candidate. She ran an immigrant advocacy organization for 11 years, and was a White House "Champion of Change" in 2013.</p><p>When <a href="http://pramilajayapal.com/" target="_blank">Jayapal</a> came to the United States from India at age sixteen, her family could afford just one international phone call with her each year. Listen below as she talks about the call that dropped a bombshell on her father.</p> Thu, 12 Jun 2014 13:00:00 +0000 Beth Anne Austein 20160 at http://mtpr.org Clip of the Week: Pramila Jayapal on immigrating to the U.S. at sixteen