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Lara K. Aase

MLIS Candidate

University of Washington

HQ Phone:  (206) 543-2100

Email: l***@***.edu

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University of Washington

1410 NE Campus Parkway Box 355852

Seattle, Washington,98195

United States

Company Description

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Background Information

Employment History

Ensembles Administrator, Sponsored Lessons Teacher, and Strings Coach

San Diego Youth Symphony


Affiliations

AILA

Member


University of Oregon

Social Media Coordinator, Membership Committee Liaison


Education

MLIS

University of Washington Information School


PhD/ABD

Spanish Peninsular Golden Age Literature

University of Toronto


Web References(11 Total References)


rapporteur reports | SALALM Conferences

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Rapporteur: Lara Aase, University of Washington


SALALM - Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials Communications Committee

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Webmaster: Lara Aase, Fort Lewis College, laase@fortlewis.edu
Social Media Coordinator: Vacant Membership Committee Liaison: David Woken, University of Oregon, dwoken@uoregon.edu


SALALM - Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials Archive | News

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Meet the 2016 SALALM Conference Scholarship Winners: Lara Aase
Author: Timothy Thompson Published: April 18th, 2016 Portrait of Lara Aase Lara Aase will complete her MLIS at the University of Washington Information School in June 2016, with a focus on Ibero-American digital humanities, archives/special collections, and library materials and services for Spanish speakers. Her previous degrees include a BA in Music Performance and an MA in Comparative Literature from the University of New Mexico, and a PhD/ABD in Spanish Peninsular Golden Age Literature at the University of Toronto. In 2015 Lara was the recipient of the LIBROS Scholarship and an H.W. Wilson Scholarship. She is a member of AILA, ACRL, and ALA, and an active participant in SALALM's Digital Scholarship in Latin America (DíScoLA) group and REFORMA's Children in Crisis Task Force. Currently, Lara also works with the San Diego Youth Symphony, where her participation involves teaching and research based on Venezuela's Sistema to effect social change through music education. In the past, she has taught university-level Spanish, English as a Foreign Language, and Comparative Literature in Costa Rica, Canada, the US, and Tunisia (with the Peace Corps). Her library work has included Romance-language cataloging, rare books bibliography, academic library acquisitions, Spanish colonial manuscript transcription, scholarly journal editing and indexing, and public library programming and storytimes for Spanish-speaking families. In the future, she plans to serve marginalized communities by finding culturally appropriate ways to make humanities materials, particularly non-English and non-machine-readable materials, discoverable, accessible, and usable, both physically and online.


SALALM - Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials SALALM Scholarship Past Winners

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2016: Lara Aase | Daniel Arbino | Amanda Moreno | Hannivett Nabahe | Emma Whittington


Program

www.mediterraneanstudies.org [cached]

3. Lara Aase, University of Toronto, "Catalina de Erauso, Picaresque Hero(ine)"


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