Mark David Turner

Mark David Turner obtained his undergraduate degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland and continued his studies at the University of Toronto where he earned his MA and PhD. He has worked extensively as a film historian, archivist, curator and advocate in Labrador, developing the Labrador Institute’s comprehensive film and video collection at Happy Valley-Goose Bay, preparing the James Robert Andersen collection at Makkovik and is currently in the planning phases of developing a collection for the Torngâsok Cultural Centre on the Labrador Inuit. More recently he has been working with the community of Rigolet to develop a media-language archive.


Articles by Mark David Turner

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