My research takes a closer look at the breaking of windows, a common act of property destruction in Nunavik, to see how it could inform us on Inuit youth’s experiences in relation to the built environment in a context of housing crisis.
Anne-Marie Turcotte is a PhD candidate in the Social and Cultural Analysis Program. She has worked with Nunavimmiut youth for more than 16 years and her doctoral research, which takes a look at youth’s relationship with their built environment, is conducted in collaboration with the Nunavik Youth Houses Association. A Vanier Scholar, she also has an MA in Knowledge Brokering from the Institut national de la recherche scientifique and a BSc in Anthropology from the Université de Montréal. She co-leads the best Concordia scientific podcast project, a working group from the Concordia Ethnography Lab.
Anne-Marie Turcotte: Broken windows in Nunavik
Anne-Marie's blog posts
In her pursuit of knowledge, Public Scholar Anne-Marie Turcotte forces her mother into petty crime. Read more
Public Scholar and Concordia PhD student Anne-Marie Turcotte explores the poetics of space through the broken windows of Nunavik. Read more
Anne-Marie Turcotte reflects upon the tragedy of Ms. Echaquan; and the personal challenges we may face when trying to foster a dialogue between two vastly different realities. Read more