Bailey DeSimone is a Library Technician (Metadata) in the Digital Resources Division of the Law Library of Congress. She currently manages metadata for the digitization of the United States Congressional Serial Set, develops workflow documentation and reference materials, and publishes her collection research in In Custodia Legis. She earned her Bachelors of Arts degrees in History and Global Studies with a German minor from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she held her first library role at the Louis Round Wilson Special Collections Library. Bailey has studied in Berlin, Germany, and toured the European Union headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, and is excited to promote accessible information about systems of law and governance across the world. Outside of the Library, she enjoys exploring the city’s bike trails, experimental baking recipes, and working on no fewer than 10 unfinished art projects at any given time.
Most Recent Posts
- From the Serial Set: Residency, Race, and Suffrage September 11th, 2020
- From the Serial Set: The History of the Minimum Wage September 3rd, 2020
- From the Serial Set: Susan B. Anthony and the National Woman Suffrage Association August 18th, 2020
- From the Serial Set: In Diplomatic Fashion July 21st, 2020
- From the Serial Set: Pride in the Face of Prejudice June 30th, 2020
- From (and Before) the Serial Set: Collecting the American State Papers June 18th, 2020