Elizabeth A. Scott
Elizabeth A. Scott completed her PhD at the University of Saskatchewan in 2014. She is the Curator of the Western Development Museum (WDM) and Adjunct Professor in the Department of History at the University of Saskatchewan. Her research and exhibition work at the WDM focuses on Saskatchewan histories that explore the province’s diversity, promote Reconciliation and showcase innovation. She is honoured to lead the stewardship of the WDM artifact collection for future generations to learn from and enjoy.
Her articles for the Manitoba Historical Society:
Jakob Marjan’s Shoe Repair Shop in North Battleford, Saskatchewan, 1932-1979
Prairie History, Number 7, Winter 2022
Wapaha Sk ̅a Dakota Oyat ̅e Ihduhap ̅i: Widening the Lens on Whitecap Dakota First Nation in Pion-Era Photographs, 1955-1969
Prairie History, Number 8, Summer 2022
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