Downloadable PDF – MARK TERRY Academic CV – July 9, 2021
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- Documentary Film
- Media Arts
- Film Studies
- Culture and Communication
- Film and Media Studies
- Environmental Studies
- Documentary (Film Studies)
- Film History
- Documentary Linguistics
- Documentary Filmmaking
- Hollywood Musicals
Courses Created and Taught:
Research, Fellowships, and Grants:
York University Research Leader, 2021
The Dean’s Excellence in Teaching Award, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, 2020
Bookauthority Award: “The Geo-Doc” Ranked 46th, Best Documentary Book of All Time
Bookauthority Award: “The Geo-Doc” Ranked #2, Best Documentary Book of 2020
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Action Awards (nominee), 2019, 2020
York University President’s Sustainability Leadership Award, 2016
York University Mobility Award, 2017
Canada’s Top 100 Greatest Explorers, Canadian Geographic Magazine, 2015
Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for International Humanitarian Service, 2013
Gemini Humanitarian Award, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, 2012
A. – Books:
“A Proposed Geomedia Approach for Effective Communications in the Anthropocene”, Intimate Relations: Communicating (in) the Anthropocene(chapter author). New York: Lexington Press, 2021. 6 pp.
Mapping the Environmental Humanities (co-editor). Lanham, Maryland: Rowan & Littlefield, 2021. 325 pp.
Pandemic Poetry (author). Toronto: Hollywood Canada Communications, July 1, 2020. 54 pp.
The Geo-Doc: Geomedia, Documentary Film, and Social Change (author). London: Palgrave Macmillan,2020, 375 pp. Link: https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9783030325077
Portraits of Canadian Women Who Inspire(editor). Toronto: Pioneer House Gallery, 2013, 171 pp. Neubacher, Gerda.
B. Encyclopedia Entries:
C. Journals, Papers, and Articles:
“Explorations in Digital Media”, The Explorers Log Journal, Vol. 52, No. 2, New York (May 15, 2020), 2 pp.
“Enhancing Environmental Education through Geomedia”, Association for the Study of Literature and Environment, (May 4, 2020), 7 pp.
“Aquarela: The Real Shape of Water,” Water Canada Magazine (September 3, 2019), 3 pp.
“Retraining Our Perception: Semiotic Storytelling in Ecocinematic Documentaries”, Networks of Experience:
Art and (Dis)Embodiment, OCAD University (March 16, 2019), 6 pp.
“New Media, New Documentary”, Reviews in Cultural Theory, Issue 8.1 (December 31, 2018), 4 pp.
“Canadian Eco Campus Opens in Costa Rica”, Canadian Geographic Magazine (June 27, 2016), 3 pp.
“Mindo Cloudforest Expedition Field Report”, The Explorers Museum (Tullamore: April 2016), 8 pp.
“The Antarctica Challenge”, Ripcord Adventure Journal, v. 1, no. 3 (Dublin: May 2015), pp. 25 (24-49).
“Screening Truth to Power: A Reader on Documentary Activism”, Art Threat (Vancouver: March 7, 2015), 4 pp.
“Map Room”, World Policy Journal, v. 30, no. 1, (New York: February 20, 2013), pp. 2 (14-15).
“Arctic Tundra to Shrink by 51 Percent”, Canadian Geographic Magazine (Ottawa: June 14, 2010), 2 pp.
“How Will Melting Arctic Change the World?” The Mark News (Toronto: June 21, 2010) , 4 pp.
D. Resource Guides:
A. TED Talks
B. Keynote Addresses:
SDG Student Hub, York University, 2021
Explorations in Polar Studies and Digital Media
The Youth Climate Report: Speaking Youth to Power, World Creativity & Innovation Day, United Nations and Miami University, April 21, 2021
Deep Dive Discussion: The Youth Climate Report: Speaking Youth to Power, the SDG Global Festival of Action, United Nations, Bonn, Germany, March 26, 2021.
The SDG Action Awards and the Youth Climate Report, Dahdeleh Institute for Global Health Research, York University, February 3, 2021.
The Destination of Discovery Begins with a Journey of Exploration, The Probus Group, Milton, ON, December 2, 2020.
Polar Environments: How Changes in Climate are Impacting on Ecosystems in the Arctic and Antarctica, Northern Ecosystems: A Natural History of Arctic Regions, York University, September 22, 2020.
New Journey to Save Fish: Oshki Maadaadiziwin Jaa Bimaaji’ut Gigooyike, The Dahdaleh Institute Film Lab, York University, September 8, 2020.
The Planetary Health Film Lab, Facebook Watch Party, Earth Week, York University Sustainability Office, April 24, 2020 (1,400 viewers) The Dahdaleh Institute Micro Film Festival, York University, February 21, 2020.
D. Organized Conferences:
E. Presentations at Conferences:
F. Conference Posters:
G. Sessional Chair:
Earth, Water, Wind, Canadian Comparative Literature Association, Congress, Regina, SK (2018)