Mark Turin

Mark Turin (born 1973) is a British anthropologist, linguist and occasional radio broadcaster who specializes in the Himalayas and the Pacific Northwest. From 2014–2018, he served as Chair of the First Nations and Endangered Languages Program and Acting Co-Director of the [https://cis.arts.ubc.ca/ Institute for Critical Indigenous Studies] at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. He is an Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia, cross-appointed between the [https://anth.ubc.ca/ Department of Anthropology] and the Institute for Critical Indigenous Studies. Turin served as Interim Editor of the journal ''Pacific Affairs'' from 2023-2024. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Turin, Mark
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by Cancel, Robert
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by Haring, Lee
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by Merolla, Daniela
Published 2017
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by Sonntag, Selma K.
Published 2019
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Published 2017
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Published 2013
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by Tso, Bendi
Published 2023
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Published 2018
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