The Archivist as Forensic Scientist: Seeing Ourselves in a Different Way

  • Elizabeth Diamond

Author Biography

Elizabeth Diamond
Elizabeth Diamond was until recently the City Archivist of Saskatoon. She completed the Archives Course at the Bodleian Library in 1973. Since then she has worked in archives in Oxford, Kenya, Ottawa, and Saskatoon. She was one of the instructors for the Advanced Arrangement and Description Course in the ACA Education Programme. She now makes her home in Fredricton, where she is employed as an archives and records management consultant.
Published
1994-01-01
How to Cite
Diamond, Elizabeth. 1994. “The Archivist As Forensic Scientist: Seeing Ourselves in a Different Way”. Archivaria 38 (January). https://archivaria.ca/index.php/archivaria/article/view/12031.
Section
Counterpoint