Louise Nixon: 'Every Contact Leaves a Trace': Thursday 3rd February 2022

The first of the two February meetings in the 2021-22 season of the Antiquaries is a talk by Ms Louise Nixon entitled 'Every Contact Leaves a Trace' on Thursday 3rd February. Ms Nixon is West Coast Scenes of Crime Team Manager with the Scottish Police Authority, as well as being a member of the Society and its committee. In this presentation, she will give an overview of various aspects of forensic science and its history, and describe her own background and career.

Louise Nixon. (© I S Ruddock)

Due to the decision of the Society's committee to postpone holding conventional meetings until March 2022 at the earliest, the talk will be in the form of a live Zoom meeting at 7.30 pm. The link to join will be sent to members by the previous day, Wednesday 2nd February.

Please note, at the request of the speaker, this talk will NOT be recorded and hence will not be available for viewing after the event.

UPDATE: Elizabeth Swain: 'Brushing With Other People's Local History': Thursday 6th January 2022

The video of Dr Elizabeth Swain's talk, 'Brusihing With Other People's Local History', delivered by her on Thursday 6th January, is now available for viewing on the Society's YouTube channel.

King Zog of Albania (1928-39)
(From Wikipedia: public domain image)

The video can be viewed directly by clicking on the above image of King Zog, or by going to the Society's YouTube channel which can be accessed by clicking here.