Jacqueline Riddle

Objects Conservator

  • Conservation

Jacqueline Riddle holds a B.Sc. with majors in Chemistry and Art History from McGill University in Montreal, Canada and a M.Sc. (Distinction) in Conservation Studies from University College London (UCL) campus in Doha, Qatar. As a graduate student, she completed internships in conservation treatment and scientific research at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum and the Synchrotron SOLEIL particle accelerator in Paris, France. Previously, she has worked on heritage science and conservation projects at the Department of Chemistry at McGill University, the Canadian Conservation Institute, the UCL Qatar Archaeological Materials Science Laboratory, the Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim Al Thani Museum, and with a private conservation firm at the West Block of the Canadian Parliament. Most recently, she worked as a conservator at the Canada Science and Technology Museum in Ottawa during their exhibition renewal. She looks forward to helping another museum renew its exhibits in her role as an objects conservator for the Museum's Transformation project.

 

Selected Publications and Presentations

Riddle, Jacqueline W., 2017. Steel-rubber composite objects in science and technology museum collections: understanding their (co-)deterioration, conservation problems and working toward potential solutions. Paper presented at 43rd Canadian Association for Conservation Annual Conference, Regina, Saskatchewan, 6-10 June 2017.

Solenn Reguer, Jacqueline Riddle, Anne Genachte-Le Bail, Marie-Anne Loeper-Attia, Sigrid Mirabaud, Remi Catillon, Anne-Laure Carré, Mandana Saheb, Ludovic Bellot-Gurlet, Marie Fays, Marie Grima, Julia Jouet, Anne-Marie Geffroy, Emmanuel Rocca, François Mirambet. 2016. Développement de stratégies de protection d’objets métallique peints: cas des collections scientifiques et techniques. Paper presented at Journée ICOM France, 20 January 2017. http://mediatheque-numerique.inp.fr/content/download/7571/52454/version/1/file/Reguer+Solenn+ICOM+Metal+France+2017+Version+Diffusion.pdf

Riddle, Jacqueline W., Emily J. Hopkins, and Ian S. Butler. 2015. Variable-Temperature Micro-Raman Spectra of the Synthetic Artists' Pigments, Chrome Yellow and Maya Blue. Spectroscopy Letters 48(8), pp. 556-660. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00387010.2014.924529

Fortin, Marc-Antoine, Jacqueline W. Riddle, Yann Desjardins-Langlais, Don R. Baker. 2015. The effect of water on the sulfur concentration at sulfide saturation (SCSS) in natural melts. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 160, pp. 100-116. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0016703715001647

Riddle, Jacqueline W. 2013. Uncovering Slavery and Empire: Six Views of Montreal in 1830. In: Nelson, C. ed. Legacies Denied: Unearthing the Visual Culture of Canadian Slavery. Montreal: McGill University Rare Books and Special Collections Division, pp. 116-123. http://mcgill.worldcat.org/title/legacies-denied-unearthing-the-visual-culture-of-canadianslavery/oclc/844964725

Riddle, Jacqueline W., Ian S. Butler, & Emily J. Hopkins. 2013. Variable-temperature Micro-Raman Spectra of Selected Artists’ Pigments. Paper presented at 96th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition (Physical, Theoretical and Computational Chemistry Session), Quebec City, Quebec, 30 May 2013. http://abstracts.csc2013.ca/00000590.htm