Alisha Linam

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Alisha Linam is currently pursuing her MLIS in the School of Library and Information Studies. She graduated from UA in May 2009 with a BA in history with a minor in women's studies. Her current goal is to become a reference librarian in an academic library. Eventually she would also like to pursue a master's degree in history with an emphasis on the Second Great Awakening and women's history. Since she has been here at Digital Services, she has worked on the Roland M. Harper photograph collection, which she has found to be fascinating.
 
Alisha Linam is currently pursuing her MLIS in the School of Library and Information Studies. She graduated from UA in May 2009 with a BA in history with a minor in women's studies. Her current goal is to become a reference librarian in an academic library. Eventually she would also like to pursue a master's degree in history with an emphasis on the Second Great Awakening and women's history. Since she has been here at Digital Services, she has worked on the Roland M. Harper photograph collection, which she has found to be fascinating.

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This page describes a former student worker. We're thankful for her contributions to the Digital Program.

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Alisha Linam is currently pursuing her MLIS in the School of Library and Information Studies. She graduated from UA in May 2009 with a BA in history with a minor in women's studies. Her current goal is to become a reference librarian in an academic library. Eventually she would also like to pursue a master's degree in history with an emphasis on the Second Great Awakening and women's history. Since she has been here at Digital Services, she has worked on the Roland M. Harper photograph collection, which she has found to be fascinating.

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